Tiger manages Environmental and Occupational Safety and Health within the one
module - the ESH module.
The process is described in the flow chart below. The Paper Tiger
difference lies in the capture
of issues and that the process does NOT stop after the initial corrective
and preventive actions have been completed.
The question is then asked: "Has the cause of the incident or hazard
been eliminated?" If the answer is No, then the Ongoing Hazard
module in Paper Tiger comes into play. Risk levels are determined, Control measures and Review frequencies are set
and Reviewers assigned. Hazard register where hazards are prioritised
according to risk level and review schedules are produced.
Control points put in place to manage the hazard are monitored and the results recorded. This
continues for the life of the hazard.
There are more than twenty report criteria plus wildcards that can be combined in any way
to generate several hundred different reports, graphs and trends.
Reports are created in an uncomplicated process, are easy to use to identify the real
problems in the organisation. Data can be exported to Excel for further analysis.
Once identified, systemic improvements can be made to minimise or eliminate hazards and
the results reported and graphed to ensure real problems were corrected - not just the
The Paper Tiger ESH module is a serious tool to manage incidents and actual and