e-obs online Safety Card tool

e-obs is an electronic observation card system designed for the workforce. It enables users to record safety concerns and highlight examples of good safety practice.

e-obs allows both installation operators and contracting companies to see their respective card data.

It also allows the person who submitted the card to directly receive feedback about the points they raised.

e-obs compliments the existing SWE suite of standardised and simplified tools such as toolbox talks, dynamic risk assessments and safety observation cards.

The aim is to use technology to improve safety learnings and make the industry safer.

Furthermore, it allows Step Change in Safety to conduct industry wide trending and analysis, enabling tailored responses to industry challenges.

To allow potential users to trial the system, we have created a safe and secure replica of the online tool which lets members navigate around the system, input test cards etc. without affecting real data collection.

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Trial

If you, or your company, would like to experience a ‘trial run’ of the e-obs tool, please get in touch with us to register.

Contact: e-obs@stepchangeinsafety.net Or call: 01224 577268

E-OBS FAQs

Discover more about E-OBS by reading our FAQ section.

Watch the introduction video

INTERESTED IN USING E-OBS?

To find out more about e-obs, download the e-obs An Introduction document. If you are considering using e-obs in your organisation, download e-obs Adoption Phases guidance.

E obs An Introduction

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E obs Adoption Phases

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