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Accessing the Hours Worked Register

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How do I access the Hours Worked register in OHS Online?

You want to check on or update your employees' hours worked? No problems! The Hours Worked register displays details of the total monthly hours' employees have worked at the branch, together with the number of incidents which have occurred over that same period. This register can be accessed in the Hours Worked Register option, in the Registers option from the main Menu Bar: View Full Answer

The Hours Worked Register

Hours Worked

What does the Hours Worked register do in OHS Online?

Ah, that's a very good question! The Hours Worked register is where you'll find details of the total monthly hours' employees have worked at the branch, together with the number of incidents which have occurred during the period and the number of days of work lost over that same period. These details are very important because they allow you to determine your Disabling Injury Frequency View Full Answer

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In OHS Online, why are some of the rows in the Hours Worked Register marked red in colour while others are not?

Ah, you noticed that did you? Good spotting! You are quite right; some rows are highlighted in red while others aren't. This is an automated function which OHS Online runs when no employee data is added for that month.Unfortunately, this aspect of health and safety is often overlooked, so often, very little data gets inputted here. When this happens, there is no data available to genera View Full Answer

Disabling Injury Frequency Rate (DIFR) Report

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What is my Disabling Injury Frequency Rate (DIFR) report in the Hours Worked register in OHS Online?

That's a very important question! Your DIFR report is your Disabling Injury Frequency Rate report which examines the ratio between actual disabling injuries per million-man hours worked, expressed as a percentage. This report, when used correctly, can be a very useful tool which you can use to establish how severe your workplace incidents are. With this information, you can then put str View Full Answer

Disabling Injury Severity Rate (DISR) Report

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What is my Disabling Injury Severity Rate (DISR) report in the Hours Worked register in OHS Online?

Ah, yes, your DISR report! The DISR report is very similar to the DIFR report and follows the same report format as that of the DIFR report. The DISR report is your Disabling Severity Frequency Rate report which examines the physical absence from the workplace as a result of incidents. As with the DIFR report, this can be a very useful tool which you can use to establish lost time in th View Full Answer