Welcome to FlinSafe
Access to FlinSafe
FlinSafe Moderator List (PDF 93KB)
FlinSafe User Guides - Hazard
FlinSafe User Guides - Incident Management
FlinSafe User Guides - Plant
FlinSafe Users Guides and FAQs - Field Trips
FlinSafe Manager and Supervisor Guides
FlinSafe Quick Reference Guides
FlinSafe Frequently Asked Questions (PDF 42KB)
FlinSafe Update Details (PDF 91KB)
FlinSafe Training Videos
Other Information

 

FlinSafe is the electronic system used to assist with managing the data recorded for the Flinders University Work Health and Safety Management System. This system allows the central storage of health and safety data, allowing more consistent data recording, more efficient reporting methods and better analysis and monitoring of trends and Work Health and Safety KPIs.

The system is accessible at various levels for a wide range of people who work or interact with Flinders University including staff, students, volunteers, visitors, contractors, work experience students, labour hire workers and others.

The sections below outline the web links to the three interfaces as well as the support materials for this system.

For further support or assistance on FlinSafe please contact FlinSafe Support.
For support on Work Health and Safety issues, please contact the WHS Unit.

Access to FlinSafe

FlinSafe User Guides - Hazard

FlinSafe User Guides - Incident Management

FlinSafe User Guides - Plant

 

FlinSafe User Guides and FAQs - Field Trips

FlinSafe Quick Reference Guides

FlinSafe Manager and Supervisor guides

 

Other Information

What is an Incident:

An unplanned event which has the potential to cause injury, ill health to people or damage to property and the environment.

What is an Accident:

An unplanned event or incident that causes or contributes to personal injury.

Who is an Involved Person:

A person who has either been injured or was a witness to the event in which a person was injured.

What is a Hazard:

A situation or a thing or an environment which has the potential to cause harm to a person.

What is a Corrective Action:

Planned action(s) to eliminate or minimise the potential of a hazard to cause harm to a person, to damage plant or the environment.