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The main objectives of the HIRE system are:
The key functions of system include:
The dashboard of the HIRE system provides an overview of your recorded incidents in the current season. The dashboard is the default screen of the application. Click on the Exclamation icon in the menu bar on the left side of the screen to reach the dashboard from other parts of the application.
The dashboard includes the following elements and functionalities:
Follow these steps to record an incident:
To increase the the awareness around incidents within the mechanized skiing industry in Canada, HIRE allows the the sharing of a limited number of data fields among all subscribers of HIRE. The shared fields include:
Please do not use any names in the title or the shared incident description to guarantee the privacy of the people involved. The information stored in all other fields and attachments remains private to the submitting operation even when the incident record is marked as shared.
To share an incident record with the HIRE community, complete the following steps:
To make an incident record completely private again, follow the same steps, but set the Sharing Status to ‘Private’.
Incidents that have been shared by other operations can be viewed in the dashboard of the application. To view these records, click on the Private/Community toggle button above the overview table. To view the shared incident description of an incident, click on it in the overview table. This opens the incident description in a pop-up window.
The HIRE system also allows participating operations to record their seasonal exposure information. This information is required by HeliCat Canada and it is critical for meaningful risk analyses. Complete the following steps at the end of each season:
Since the incident information stored in the HIRE system is sensitive, it is critical to tightly control access to the system. To create, edit or delete user accounts, click on the People icon in the menu bar on the left side of the screen. This functionality is only accessible to users with administrative privileges (opadmin, hccadmin, admin).
The default role for users is ‘user’. Only users that need to manage user accounts should be given the ‘opadmin” role.
The critical definition provided in this section include:
In the context of HIRE, an incident is defined as an unintended event that either resulted or had the potential to result in injuries, death and/or substantial damage of property. HIRE supports the recording of incidents that involve guests, guides, pilots/drivers and staff.
When creating a new incident record, the user needs to specify an incident type. This is used to create the appropriate forms and include the relevant custom fields. The following types of incidents are available:
HIRE provides a wide range of field to allow users to describe the nature and severity of injuries in great detail. However, to provide a quick overview of the injuries associated with an incident, HIRE users are asked to summarize the injury severities in the Injury Overview table on the Patient Details tab of the incident form. The definition of the three categories are:
If you are experiencing issues with the system, contact Pascal Haegeli at email@example.com.