Advanced Root Cause Analysis Software

Closely analyse incident causation to mitigate risk 



When a workplace incident happens, it is vital that you are able to understand the factors that may have contributed to it. A root cause analysis lets you get to the underlying or systemic factors with the aim of preventing similar incidents in the future.  

The EcoOnline Advanced Root Cause Analysis Software enables you to carry out comprehensive incident investigations and analyse root causes, all in one system.  


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This is a future proof solution to enable easy reporting of SHE-Q related incidents, combined with practical feasibilities for analysis, trends and dashboards. This supports Mammoet’s pro-active driving of SHE-Q results.”

- Maarten de Klerk, Global SHE-Q director, Mammoet

Key Features 

Best practice questions

Get to the What, Why, When and How of an incident


Use the provided questions or input your own

Automated Notifications

Realtime automated action and email notifications


Standardize your approach to incident investigations

Corrective Actions

Identify and implement corrective actions


Add pictures, documents and notes at any point of the investigation process.

EcoOnline Family

Trusted by over 6,000 clients worldwide

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

Our Clients

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Hannah Daly

Account Manager, EcoOnline

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