Graphical hazard risk identification: Safety Management Assessment Resource Tool (SMART) provides safety risk identification using hazard significance and frequency. SMART utilizes graphical logic analysis to assign relative risk values to facility areas and processes to intuitively display areas of concern.
Risk identification: SMART tracks and trends personnel safety history and associated hazards, which allows the development of related risk profiles. With SMART, areas of elevated personnel risk and the associated hazards are identified; this allows for more effective allocation of safety resources and to assist in the reduction of site incident rates.
Safety training: SMART supports personnel safety education by identifying facility hazards and incident history. SMART highlights existing hazards and safety features to help focus attention to work related risks. New hazards are also identified to ensure recognition, appropriate treatment, and utilization of proper work procedures and safety equipment.
New employees and visitors orientation: SMART may be used to build hazard awareness of processes and specific areas for new employees and visitors. Orientation is focused to highlight areas of interest using SMART’s facility mapping.
Fully customizable hazard and incident graphics: A standard set of symbols are available, but all can be designed to customer specifications.
Risk ranking matrix: Hazard significance and frequency provide risk ranking of site buildings with regard to personnel hazards and incident history. SMART provides risk rankings relative to other site areas to allow for more effective allocation of safety resources.
Customizable pre-job briefs: Pre-job briefs are customized to specific work tasks based on area hazards, incident history, available procedures, and safety equipment. Personnel protective equipment requirements are also identified for each specified task.
Quick and intuitive access to information: SMART information is accessed through a graphical hyperlink interface. Touch screen technology is supported so that GLASS can be deployed on a portable PC/tablet or a large incident command center display.
Configuration control: All changes are regulated by the configuration control module, which assures only authorized users make changes, and all changes are automatically logged.
Portability: Although GLASS can be installed in a network environment, it does not rely on outside data connections, so it can also be deployed on portable devices with local data storage.