New Austin Company Launches First SaaS-based OSHA Injury Tracking Solution

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OSHAtrac chosen by local businesses to eliminate OSHA reporting headaches. Easy to use web-based solution requires zero implementation or training.

OSHAtrac is easy to understand and use

OSHAtrac will change how OSHA record-keeping and injury tracking is done and will reduce the wasteful and timely procedures that we see most businesses currently use

OSHAtrac, a provider of OSHA (Occupational Health and Safety Administration) reporting and tracking solutions, today announced the launch of its flagship product, a web-based application that enables employers to easily monitor, document and reduce workplace injuries while staying OSHA compliant. OSHAtrac is ideal for businesses with more than ten employees who need to comply with federal OSHA regulations. Using OSHAtrac, employers can quickly create accident reports, track injuries, print required OSHA documents such as OSHA 300 logs, and view injury metrics in real-time. OSHAtrac is easy to use, affordable, and assists employers with compliance for federal OSHA reporting requirements.

OSHAtrac was developed by Austin’s George Launey, a registered nurse (R.N.) who is certified as an occupational health nurse specialist (COHN-S). The company has taken a very complex compliance requirement, and designed a solution that makes OSHA record-keeping easy, efficient and affordable. The built-in intelligence ensures that employers can be confident that they are keeping health and safety records accurately.

OSHAtrac is unique in comparison with other OSHA tracking software. It is a subscription-based, fully web-hosted, secure solution that does not require software downloads, training or IT support.

“Before OSHAtrac, I would spend evenings and weekends catching up on paperwork to stay compliant. We looked into other automated solutions but they were expensive and required ongoing IT expertise. OSHAtrac is the first solution that is built by someone who understands what employers need,” said Karen Ryan, owner of Midtown Groom & Board, an Austin business focused on providing high quality pet grooming and boarding services.

“OSHAtrac will change how OSHA record-keeping and injury tracking is done and will reduce the wasteful and timely procedures that we see most businesses currently use. Employers who use OSHAtrac will be far more likely to make their workplaces safer, due to the easy tracking of injuries and the ability to recognize problem safety areas,” said Eric Holle, Operations Manager of Victory Medical, an occupational healthcare provider with a focus on promoting the wellness and productivity of workers through the prevention and management of injury, illness, and disability.

“As an R.N., it was frustrating for me to see how much time and effort employers spend to manage their OSHA reporting. Employers are either using paper logs, which inherently lack any reporting capabilities and metrics, or they are using complex, expensive software that requires extensive support and training. With OSHAtrac, employers finally have immediate access to a solution that is so easy to use that no training is required,” said George Launey, founder and CEO of OSHAtrac.

About OSHAtrac

OSHAtrac is a provider of secure, web-based OSHA reporting and tracking solutions that enable employers to create accident reports, track injuries, print required OSHA documents, and view injury metrics in real-time. OSHAtrac is easy to use, affordable, and assists employers with compliance for federal OSHA reporting requirements. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, OSHAtrac was developed by an R.N. who is certified as an occupational health nurse specialist. For more information or a free trial, please visit http://www.oshatrac.com.

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