Adapt or miss out: why your OSH software needs to be responsive
It automatically adapts to the screen size of the device on which it is being viewed.
In today’s world, where more and more people are accessing the internet through their mobile devices, it is essential that websites and applications are responsive. This means that it automatically adapts to the screen size of the device on which it is being viewed, thus offering an optimised user experience.
Advantages of responsive software
According to a comScore study, 60% of the time people spend online is on mobile devices, and this figure is on the rise. The benefits of responsive software ability to interact with our occupational health and safety management software from any device has multiple advantages, some of which are the following:
- Accessibility: Employees can access occupational health and safety tools from anywhere and at any time, making it easier to implement preventive measures and solve problems.
- Speed: Mobile management software can register incidents, risks and accidents immediately, which facilitates decision-making and problem-solving.
- Reporting and tracking: Mobile management software allows you to report and track incidents, risks and accidents and share them from any location.
- Communication: Enables communication and collaboration with employees and supervisors on occupational health and safety issues through a system of alerts, maximizing immediate feedback and availability of information.
In conclusion, responsive software is a powerful tool which allows users to access and interact with the organization’s OSHMS via any device which should be requested from the platform provider.