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Logging In

 

Welcome to TIRA, the following pages should help you get up and started with the minimum of fuss.

 

After the initial splash screen TIRA offers a simple log-in box, the default log-in is user name Guest and pwd = password.  It is strongly recommended that you change the ‘Guest’ log-in.

 

The protection offered in TIRA is not sophisticated and whilst it will keep honest people honest, the more determined individual may well find a back-door entry.

 

Depending on which version of TIRA you are using the user log-in offers up to three levels of user hierarchy, Administrator, Editor and Read-Only.  At least one user must retain Administration access rights.  Should TIRA detect the last user with Administration access is changed the programme will advise the user this is not permitted and cancel the changes.


TIRA software login screen

 

It is recommended that the following tables be part or fully populated prior to entering your first risk assessment.  This will make entering the assessment easier.

 

1.Companies

2.Locations

3.Company Structure Designation / Job Titles etc

4.Company Structure Department / Teams / Gangs etc

5.Employee / Staff details

 

 

However, although recommended it is not essential that this information is entered immediately, one of the clever features of TIRA is that it has been designed to accept data inputting on-the-fly an as such the companies, locations, teams, employees, etc., can be entered from many of the data input screens by simply double clicking on the appropriate drop-down list. These entries into the drop down boxes then become available automatically, a real time saver.

 

Note : This will be the only time you need to enter company structure details.  TIRA will use the information entered in these tables throughout the entire application.  This allows for efficiency of operation and accuracy of data.  All changes made to the data in these tables will be cascaded to all related records, allowing for one-time edit and updates, another real time saver.

 

TIRA - Basic structure

 

 

PDCA

Action Requires

 

 

TIRA

 

 

Notes

PLAN

Enter

Company A

Company B

Company C

See Pre-sets

PLAN

Enter

>

Locations

<

 

PLAN

Enter

>

Designations

<

 

PLAN

Enter

>

Departments

<

 

PLAN

Enter

>

Employees

<

 

PLAN

Identify

>

Activities

<

Methods 1, 2 or 3

DO

Produce

>

Risk Assessments

<

Available Types

CHECK

Monitor

>

Reports

<

Reports: Self Audit / Global

ACT

Act

>

Update Assessment

<

Available Types

 

ISO 45001:2018 defines Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle as:

 

The OH&S management system approach applied in this document is founded on the concept of Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA).

 

The PDCA concept is an iterative process used by organizations to achieve continual improvement. It can be applied to a management system and to each of its individual elements, as follows:

 

Plan: determine and assess OH&S risks, OH&S opportunities and other risks and other opportunities, establish OH&S objectives and processes necessary to deliver results in accordance with the organization’s OH&S policy;

Do: implement the processes as planned;

Check: monitor and measure activities and processes with regard to the OH&S policy and OH&S objectives, and report the results;

Act: take actions to continually improve the OH&S performance to achieve the intended outcomes.

 

 


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