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LockPath Releases Keylight 4.7 with Health and Safety Management Solution

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by Angela Guess

A recent press release reports, “LockPath, a leading provider of governance, risk management and compliance solutions, today announced the availability of Keylight 4.7, now featuring the Health and Safety Manager (HSm) application, a new addition to the Keylight Platform’s suite of applications designed to integrate risk management processes across the enterprise. Keylight 4.7 also features new reporting and calculation enhancements. Keylight’s Health and Safety Manager helps organizations to strengthen workplace safety, encourage workplace safety collaboration, and meet regulatory compliance obligations. Risks identified in HSm can be viewed within the context of an organization’s overall risk posture, providing executives with visibility into the impact on the organization. Health and safety risks and site inspection findings can be correlated with regulatory content to easily identify compliance issues. Policies and procedures can be applied to specific risks for remediation.”

The release goes on, “Keylight’s Health and Safety Manager provides functionality for the following: Tracking, investigating, managing, and reporting on accidents, injuries, illnesses and near misses. Roll-up of injury rates and safety issues by facility or site to measure risk. Automatic generation of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 300, 300A and 301 incident forms. Performance of job hazard analyses. Management of site inspections, findings, and associated remediation activities. In addition, LockPath has updated the Keylight Platform to include enhanced reporting with a new patent-pending formula engine and a new job engine for increased collaboration, flexibility and visibility.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

Photo credit: LockPath

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