Compatica, Inc. proudly announces the commercial availability of its Workplace Incident Management System
Cary, NC—February 15, 2017 -
Compatica, Inc., a North Carolina Workplace Health and Safety software publisher is proud to announce that its flagship application, Compatica, is now available for commercial implementation and use.
Expressly designed for point-of-occurrence workplace incident reporting, Compatica helps organizations eliminate reporting lag, reduce Workers’ Compensation fraud, and diminish frivolous lawsuits. An iOS app, it supports on-the-spot incident documentation, including injury details, photographs, witness statements, audio narratives, employee attestations and care location selection and directions. Key stakeholders receive immediate notifications when events are reported, and all data is immediately synchronized with the Incident Manager, a Cloud-based secure, encrypted, browser-accessible application which manages all types of workplace events, such as injuries, For Reporting Only (FRO), and “Near Misses”, enabling analysis, promoting improved safety, and expanding institutional knowledge. The Compatica application provides automatic generation of the First Report of Injury (FROI) form and rich documentation storage and distribution capabilities.
“Compatica is an end-to-end solution to a costly problem which has plagued American employers for a long time” stated Adee Feinstein, the company’s Chief Executive Officer. “Managing workplace events holistically, in an end-to-end manner, contributes significantly to reducing Workers’ Compensation costs and improving return-to-work timelines. With significant industry input and guidance Compatica has created a transformative toolset which is changing the way organizations view and address incidents.” The application suite may be deployed in any industry, but is well-suited for Construction, Manufacturing, Distribution, Transportation, Healthcare and Food Preparation environments, and supports the daily operational needs of Human Resource Managers, Safety Directors, and Supervisors.