All Pro-Sapien EHS forms are responsive as standard. However, it is not recommended to fill out complex forms on a portable device. Therefore, an additional mobility option is to roll-out optimized mobile forms, accessed via QR-codes displayed on site safety posters, for simple tasks like Safety Observations. We call this technology Pro-Forma Touch.
An industry problem-solver
Pro-Forma Touch mobile forms have been recognized by independent analyst firm Verdantix as a problem-solver for safety professionals:
EHS software vendor Pro-Sapien [provides] QR codes around worksites so that anyone with a smart phone (employees, contractors, or members of the public) could scan the code and access a safety observation form to report a near miss or positive safety intervention.
Read more in the official Verdantix report, Best Practices: Deploying Mobile EHS Apps
Award-winning technology that engages everyone
Mobile capabilities of EHS software are making it easier than ever to capture valuable information from the field. Pro-Sapien's award-winning Pro-Forma Touch takes that one step further. Workers don't need to pre-download an app or even have a system login to quickly submit important data that can help save lives.
How does it work?
Pro-Forma Touch forms are URL based, and accessible by all. That means you can let contractors, visitors and even members of the public easily notify you of safety observations, without needing a system login. The form is then routed through your review process, just like any other Pro-Sapien form.
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Safety Observations Software: Case Study
VINCI Construction UK has been using Pro-Sapien for Health & Safety Management since 2013.
Part of the project was delivering Close Call and Positive Intervention forms with Pro-Sapien's Pro-Forma Touch mobile technology. Since then, VINCI plc has named Pro-Sapien as a preferred global vendor and awarded Pro-Sapien two innovation awards.
Find out how VINCI is breaking down barriers to reporting and improving engagement in our case study.