Many organisations still use a paper based daily occurrence log book to record details of incidents and events. When the books are full they are stored for the minimum time required, never to be looked at again.

Taking actions to reduce incidents and improve health and safety requires analysis of the events to identify the common themes and priorities, so a digital system is ideal.

The new MyTAG Daily Occurrence Log sits alongside our other solutions and enables all incidents, no matter how large or small, to be easily reported, either in real-time at the incident location, or retrospectively at the desktop. Incidents can be organised into customisable categories and reviewed in our tailored reporting tool, which can filter data such as high incident days, incident type/location/reporter, to highlight trends for future planning. Information can be displayed graphically to help identification and analysis of trends.

Documents or images relating to an incident can easily be added to the Daily Occurrence log book, meaning detailed information is available in one place, and can be accessed from wherever you are.

Introduced in October 2019, Daily Occurrence Log has seen a rapid growth in usage, with more than 17,000 events logged in the system during February 2020.

To arrange for a demonstration please call us today on 01752 657077 or email