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Welcome to TIRA (the One Stop Shop for Company Risk Assessment Management)

 

TIRA stands for Task Inventory and Risk Assessments and is a comprehensive risk management and analysis program, designed to be used by both the safety professional and those with part time safety responsibilities.

 

TIRA provides guidance for the safety professional and risk assessors from the initial risk assessment planning stage, through to advice on undertaking the risk assessment, documenting the findings and producing reports.

 

TIRA allows organisations to manage their risk assessments efficiently and effectively by easily guiding the assessor through the whole risk assessment process and then keeping track of who, where, when, and what has been achieved as well as actions and recommendation still outstanding.

 

TIRA allows instant access to performance and tracking information. All risk assessments can be quickly and easily located and where necessary printed in a professionally designed and standard format.

 

TIRA has been designed to be modular, in this we mean if you learn how to input records into the DSE module the principles are appropriately the same for all the other risk assessment types covered by the application.  This will greatly increase the speed at which new users can become accustomed to and prolific in managing their risk assessment responsibilities via TIRA.

 

Depending on which version of TIRA you are using it may covers the following elements of Risk Assessment Management;

 

1.Task Inventories

2.General Risk Assessment (Task Based) Risk Assessments

3.Display Screen Equipment Risk Assessments

4.Manual Handling Risk Assessments

5.Work Equipment Risk Assessments

6.Workplace Risk Assessments

7.Hazardous Substances Risk Assessments

8.Fire Risk Assessments

9.First Aid Assessments

10.Personal Protective Equipment Risk Assessments
 

Each type of risk assessment has its own input screen, and it’s like having 10 programs wrapped up neatly into one.

The risk assessment input screens are logically laid out and then allow all the right questions to be asked and recorded. For DSE, MH, Work Equipment and Workplace risk assessments the questions are preset; however hopefully they are the right questions. Once you input your risk assessment the programme allows you to print the assessment in a professional looking report.

Sample Reports

Task Inventory

GRA Actions

GRA Hazards

Display Screen Equipment

Manual Handling

Work Equipment

Workplace

Fire

PPE

First Aid

Hazardous Substances

Each assessment type has the facility to record not only the assessment findings but also any risk assessment briefing required for that specific risk assessment as well as how and when individuals were briefed.

The programme also allows for tracking of remedial action by who, where, when, etc. The reports also have a section for statistical data on risk assessment performance and outstanding actions.

The Task Inventory module can also be use as a master index linking to each risk assessment by the click of a button.

Additional Features
 

Build you own question sets (TIRA v3+).  Users can now create addendum A & B pages for their risk assessments which allow up to an additional 12 user defined questions to be added

Replicate Risk Assessment - Allows for standard / template risk assessments to be created and then instantly replicated and amended to suit different circumstances

Spell check on all memo fields - ability to build own specialised words dictionary

Zoombox to support text input to memo fields

Read-write or Read-only login - Allows risk assessments to be display on terminals without the risk of unauthorised amendments

Allow reports to be exported to either Pdf or Xps formats

 

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