BL Harbert was awarded the Innovation in Safety Award for the development of our C.A.R.E. program.
Controlling Activity Risk and Exposure (C.A.R.E.) is a web-based software program developed internally by the BL Harbert International Safety Committee. The program was created to help managers identify, manage, and resolve issues regarding safety and health.
The program serves several proposes:
- Provide real-time analysis of safety performance.
- Document safety observations made by project management and field staff.
- Develop customized reports. Provide and manage hazardous communication information
- Document employee training.
- Document safety performance of subcontractors and respective employees.
- Provide digital library of forms.
C.A.R.E.’s primary function is to analyze data and provide information that will be used to improve our safety performance. This is accomplished by identifying trends that could lead to potential losses. Graphs, indicators, and report generators allow for timely and seamless trending analysis. Another key function of the program is management alert systems, which alerts management of life threatening observations and unsafe act thresholds.
“The program allows us to be very proactive instead of reactive,” said Frank Wampol Director of Corporate Safety & Health.
Ultimately, C.A.R.E. allows BLHI the opportunity to safely conduct business, while protecting our most prized asset: employees.