New app provides quick and easy incident reporting, helping business stay in compliance and avoid legal troubles

(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- New York City, New York Apr 21, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Anyone that has ever been responsible for incident reporting is likely to say it is typically a burdensome process, frequently plagued by outdated systems and technology.

But a new firm hopes to ease the burden surrounding entering incident reports, while also ensuring 100 percent compliance.

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1st Incident Reporting recently launched an application that takes much of the hassle out of the reporting process, helping those responsible for filling out and filing those reports input exactly what they need in a timely manner.

“Studies show the most typical hiccup in the incident reporting process is the first reporter,” said Bruce Seidel, 1st Incident Reporting CEO. “In those times where time is of the essence and those reports need to move up the management chain quickly, the last barrier to access should be the reporting software. Our new app and web-based solutions allow for that quick reporting in a guided manner that ensures compliance, quick entry, and ease of use. With 1st Incident Reporting our goal is to protect businesses when they need it most.”

And the service can be tailored for any industry where quick accident reporting is a must.

“Break-ins, personal and vehicular accidents, or power outages are all situations where this app could quickly get information to those that need it,” Seidel said. “And with the app, it can happen almost anywhere in real-time.”

Further, with customization options, the service can report what information is relevant to your business.

Full multimedia packages are also available, allowing users to do more than describe a situation, they can show it.

“Photos, audio, and video services are available,” Seidel said. “Sometimes one quick snapshot can better describe a situation than thousands of words that take time to read and write. This can help get the information to the people that need it even faster.”

Despite the powerful options provided by the 1st Incident Reporting software, the user interface has been designed to be easily accessible, by even the most technophobic, in any industry that needs to have access to fast and relevant incident reporting.

“We knew there would be a wide variety of people using this service,” Seidel said. “So, we created a UX that allows anyone to quickly and easily become proficient with the platform. From the convenience store clerk that might need to report a customer fall, to the construction job site, or any company that could utilize the benefits of an integrated reporting system, we built the platform to be user-friendly for any level of an organization, in any industry.”

While it is easy to use for those businesses that need a higher level of reporting, the software has features like custom reporting and data analysis.

“We can customize that backend reporting system to fit almost any need,” Seidel said. “It’s easy to use, but also provides those options that major employers are looking for, and more.”

And while the software is new, it has already received the PECB Management System Certificate in ISO/IEC 27001:2013.

“Knowing our clients can trust the software is vital,” so we are excited to say we have been certified by the industry leader the PECB group,” Seidel said.

Free trials are currently available for anyone interested in testing the software.

For more information about 1st Incident Reporting visit 1stincidentreporting.com.

The company also maintains a presence on social media including facebook.

(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- New York City, New York Apr 21, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Anyone that has ever been responsible for incident reporting is likely to say it is typically a burdensome process, frequently plagued by outdated systems and technology.

But a new firm hopes to ease the burden surrounding entering incident reports, while also ensuring 100 percent compliance.

1st Incident Reporting recently launched an application that takes much of the hassle out of the reporting process, helping those responsible for filling out and filing those reports input exactly what they need in a timely manner.

“Studies show the most typical hiccup in the incident reporting process is the first reporter,” said Bruce Seidel, 1st Incident Reporting CEO. “In those times where time is of the essence and those reports need to move up the management chain quickly, the last barrier to access should be the reporting software. Our new app and web-based solutions allow for that quick reporting in a guided manner that ensures compliance, quick entry, and ease of use. With 1st Incident Reporting our goal is to protect businesses when they need it most.”

And the service can be tailored for any industry where quick accident reporting is a must.

“Break-ins, personal and vehicular accidents, or power outages are all situations where this app could quickly get information to those that need it,” Seidel said. “And with the app, it can happen almost anywhere in real-time.”

Further, with customization options, the service can report what information is relevant to your business.

Full multimedia packages are also available, allowing users to do more than describe a situation, they can show it.

“Photos, audio, and video services are available,” Seidel said. “Sometimes one quick snapshot can better describe a situation than thousands of words that take time to read and write. This can help get the information to the people that need it even faster.”

Despite the powerful options provided by the 1st Incident Reporting software, the user interface has been designed to be easily accessible, by even the most technophobic, in any industry that needs to have access to fast and relevant incident reporting.

“We knew there would be a wide variety of people using this service,” Seidel said. “So, we created a UX that allows anyone to quickly and easily become proficient with the platform. From the convenience store clerk that might need to report a customer fall, to the construction job site, or any company that could utilize the benefits of an integrated reporting system, we built the platform to be user-friendly for any level of an organization, in any industry.”

While it is easy to use for those businesses that need a higher level of reporting, the software has features like custom reporting and data analysis.

“We can customize that backend reporting system to fit almost any need,” Seidel said. “It’s easy to use, but also provides those options that major employers are looking for, and more.”

And while the software is new, it has already received the PECB Management System Certificate in ISO/IEC 27001:2013.

“Knowing our clients can trust the software is vital,” so we are excited to say we have been certified by the industry leader the PECB group,” Seidel said.

Free trials are currently available for anyone interested in testing the software.

For more information about 1st Incident Reporting visit 1stincidentreporting.com.

The company also maintains a presence on social media including facebook.

Media Contact
Bruce Seidel, CEO 1st Incident Reporting
[email protected]
(514) 700-2277
http://1stincidentreporting.com

Source :1st Incident Reporting

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