On Safe Lines Support Sections
Welcome to AIM: Designed for use with Windows XP (see notes), Vista, Win 7, 8 and 10
Program developed in a Win 10 64 bit environment as a 32 bit application, this to enabled AIM to run on both 32 & 64 bit PCs
Installation Guide: Accident Investigation and Management
Download AIM’s setup file setup-aim-full.exe from the download page and simply double click to run
the windows installer. Check the programs Code Signing Certificate bears our authorised.
After successful installation and after initial splash screen, AIM offers a simple log-in box, the default log-in is user name is Guest and pwd is password. It is strongly recommended that you change the ‘Guest’ log-in.
Default installation directory;
“C:\Program Files (x86)\On Safe Lines QHSE Software\Accident and Investigation Management”
For XP - “C:\Program Files\On Safe Lines QHSE Software\Accident and Investigation Management” (see notes below)
Note: AIM can be moved into an alternative directory and has a self re-connection routine to easily allow users to do so. A typical example would be when AIM's data file 'AIM_be' is moved onto a network drive to allow the front end to be placed on numerous user's terminals.
Network Usage: AIM has been designed and developed to be multi-user and network efficient. AIM always performs best when working on your local computer. However, it is recognised that many users will wish to network AIM. Users may notice a slower than expected performance when connected over a network depending upon various factors such as the design, configuration, speed, traffic, etc. of your company network. (Example network setup)
Caution: If you are in a corporate network environment, you should check with your information technology department to determine whether your company has established guidelines concerning enabling content on Access databases.
For guidance on setting up AIM, please go to the getting started section of On Safe Lines - Welcome to AIM.
AIM is a large file to download at approximately 266MB. We would recommend using a download manager with a resume on broken download feature. We currently use Free Download Manager (Lite version) see http://www.freedownloadmanager.org/download.htm
To use Free Download Manager paste this link into the Add Download Window - http://www.onsafelines.com/AIM/setup-aim-full.exe
Click > here < to see our support page for using Free Download Manager
Most “not a valid Win32 application” or “Windows Protected you PC” errors are due to errors in the downloaded file. To ensure you have a flawless download please see the guidance on MD5 checksum verification given above
Known Installation Failure Errors, normally caused by an error when downloading the set-up file, see MD5 checksum