Driving safety and compliance with PTASP requirements for Public Transit Organizations
Even as the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted normal lives and brought the global economy to a grinding halt, public transportation continues to operate as an essential life line for American cities and suburbs. And within this operational environment, December 31, 2020 is a key deadline that is approaching for all public transit organizations, to meet the requirements of the Public Transportation Agency Safety Plans (PTASP), as outlined under the 49 CFR Part 673. ProcessMAP’s risk-based Safety Management System (SMS) solutions approach help public transit agencies to proactively mitigate risk and comply with regulatory requirements as outlined by the National Public Transportation Safety Program.
How We Help Public Transit Organizations
ProcessMAP EHS Software for Public Transit Organizations helps transit agencies easily identify the job classifications with the most severe incidents and highest workers compensation claims, seamlessly track and measure the rate of injuries compared to the hours worked, and establish a Safety Certification Training Program to reinforce employees’ commitment to safety.
Reduced Time for Corrective Actions
Significantly reduce the time between incidents, the root-cause analysis, and the planning for corrective actions
Improve the proficiency of inspections, investigations and the implementation of Corrective and/or Preventive Action plans (CAPAs)
Proactively Mitigate Hazards
Use mobile apps to proactively report hazards and identify systemic risks by leveraging a system-wide safety data intelligence platform
Enhance Your Reputation
Enhance your reputation by reinforcing public trust through demonstrated compliance against the safety requirements mandated by the Federal Transit Administration and the Department of Transportation
Ensure compliance with PTASP and DoT requirements, and enforce best practices throughout your operations by managing all aspects of audits and inspections by leveraging the proven Plan - Do - Check - Act principles. Proactively identify deficiencies and implement corrective actions.
Avoid missed deadlines and compliance breaches by efficiently tracking task and action items through completion. Establish accountability, manage risk, and increase efficiency with automated alerts, notifications, and audit trails.
INTEGRATED INCIDENT & CLAIMS MANAGEMENT
Optimize operator, passenger and vehicle safety with easy, mobile-device-ready reporting, tracking, and analysis of incidents and accidents. Prevent future occurrences with predictive insights and corrective actions management.
BEHAVIORAL BASED SAFETY
Set agency - wide goals, and collect and monitor behavioral data of operators as well as staff using one centralized system. Monitor the progress of positive behaviors among employees and set up feedback processes to change them into habits.
Reduce operator injuries and associated costs by proactively identifying, evaluating and addressing ergonomic risk factors, including musculoskeletal injuries of neck and lower-back of operators, by leveraging best-in-class assessment tools.
RISK & HAZARD ANALYSIS
Control risk by identifying and assessing hazards and implementing effective controls. Establish assessment frequency, calculate Risk Assessment Scores based on frequency, severity, and likelihood, and assign corrective actions.
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