Point of Work Risk Assessment Software

Assess the risks of a job quickly and in realtime.

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Overview

A Point of Work Risk Assessment (POWRA) is a workplace risk assessment carried out by supervisors prior to start of activity. It is used to identify those things, situations, processes and activities that may cause harm particularly to people. POWRA should be completed at the point of work, before you start.  

The EcoOnline Point of Work Risk Assessment software lets you quickly and easily perform your assessment on site and continually evaluate risk in the workplace. 

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The solution gives us greater vision of risk areas across our business both nationally and internationally and will enable us to pro-actively manage our higher risk areas. The system is ideal because its simple interface and personalised dashboards encourage engagement and ownership, while offering great flexibility.”

Paul Johnson, Head of Group Health and Safety, DFS

Key Features 

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Mobile Compatibility

Complete assessments on the go.

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Supporting Documentation

Attach images, video and other files to your assessment.

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Connectivity

Link to our Risk Assessment Software.

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Electronic Sign-off

Sign off on work before you begin.

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Risk Severity Matrix

Custom matrices give a quick overview of risk.

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Analytics

Dashboards provide an overview for all risk data.

EcoOnline Family

Trusted by over 6,700 clients worldwide

We have over 20 years’ experience working with multiple industries across the globe which is why our software offers unrivalled solutions in an industry that is constantly changing.  

Our Clients

Get started with Point-Of-Work today

Book a demo with one of our product specialist to discuss digitizing your EHS processes with EcoOnline. 

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Hannah Daly

Account Manager, EcoOnline Ireland

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