News By Tag
News By Place
Free 30-day Trial of Aviation SMS Safety Management Software Comes Early
NWDS deployed a new version of the fully customized aviation hazard reporting software for aviation risk management, called SMS Pro 10-100 with a new, free one-month trial period. Free trial period was early because testing ended early.
SMS Pro 10-100's aviation hazard reporting software (http://www.asms-
Employees can readily see a list of reported hazards at their company to lower the risk of injury. Hazard awareness remains a key component of safety promotion activities within an active aviation safety management system for mitigating risk for airlines, airports, aviation maintenance, fixed base operators and flight school organizations. Web based hazard reporting software helps prevent employee injuries while more effectively reducing risk to facilities and equipment. SMS Pro's hazard reporting software focuses beyond hazards to include issues relating to security, quality, compliance and environmental issues. Any issue that employees believe may improve operations and the company's effectiveness is encouraged to be brought forward for risk management.
SMS Pro 10-100 hazard reporting software tracks hazards from start to finish. SMS Pro closes the feedback loop by immediately thanking the original reporting party for reporting the issues. Furthermore, the reporting party can optionally request email notification updates of the corrective actions taken and emails notifications when the hazard has been resolved. SMS Pro 10-100 is among the smoothest hazard reporting software on the market and can boost employee work moral by keeping employees safe, informed and injury-free.
SMS Pro 10-100 consists of approximately sixty modules as of 2013. An independent OSHA module for injury claims & safety reporting software is also included. The OSHA employee injury tracking software tracks employee safety and related injury claim statistics which is used for the required annual OSHA reporting at each establishment. Once an injury occurs, a claimant or employee supervisor may report the injury immediately (within seven days as required by law), notifying corporate safety manager and configurable insurance managers. When reported injuries occur due to reported hazardous conditions, SMS Pro 10-100 safety software integrates with hazard reporting software module to demonstrate how a hazardous condition may have ultimately led to an employee injury. In-depth injury investigation software allows investigators to document sequence of events, root cause analysis, human factors and risk mitigation measures. Seamless integration between aviation safety risk management software and hazard reporting software modules pro-actively strengthens corporate risk management programs with controls for safety management and enforcing accountability. More information about aviation safety management systems can be found at http://www.aviation-
Basic and advanced aviation safety software administrative training and end-user hazard report software training continues to be provided with SMS Pro 10-100. The new 30-day free trial is expected to induce exploration into SMS Pro capabilities.
About NWDS - founded in 2003 by six software engineers, NWDS provides custom computer programming and systems design services. NWDS creates many types of software, including e-commerce, financial, defense, engineering, logistics, aviation and more. In 2007, NWDS developed SMS Pro™ a web based SMS application that supports an organization's overall SMS through safety reporting, safety documentation, safety risk management and safety assurance. SMS Pro™ is currently used by aviation organizations in the U.S., Canada, Asia, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East to help manage their SMS programs. NWDS continues to support SMS Pro™ and add new functionality. NWDS offers custom contract programming services in the U.S. and Canada and is managed by Chris Howell, one of the founders. Their headquarters is in Anchorage, Alaska. For additional information on NWD visit their website at http://www.nwds-