UBC CAIRS for Safety Committees

UBC CAIRS is an online system to report Incidents and Accidents. Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee (JOHSC) co-chairs, Local Safety Team (LST) chairs and administrators may request access to all departmental accident/incidents and statistics.

Note that you do not need special access to report an incident or accident.

UBC CAIRS for Safety Committees

Who can have access?

UBC CAIRS is an online system to report Incidents and Accidents. You do not need registered administrative access to report an incident or accident.

If you are a JOHSC co-chair, LST chair or safety committee administrator it is ideal to have access to the system. If you do not fall into one of these two categories, you may still obtain access on a need know basis.

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What does access grant me?

With access to UBC CAIRS, you will be able to view the incidents that are occurring in your area or the buildings and departments you have requested and the corrective actions that have been recommended. You can use this information to carry out a follow up to the incident and ensure that corrective actions have been completed and effective. You may also be involved with assisting in the accident investigation.

In addition, you will be able to use the statistical features of the Database to generate charts and graphs to identify incident trends in your area for discussion at the JOHSC or LST meetings.

You will not be able to access any personal information about personnel involved in the incident.

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How do I get access?

Request access to UBC CAIRS.

  • Complete the form to the best of your abilities
  • Check your email for email verification request
  • SRS will review the request and grant access as deemed appropriate.

CAIRS Workshops are available through SRS.

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What is the role of JOHSC and LST in incident investigations?

Participate in, and provide assistance on accident/incident investigations. For more information please visit UBC Safety Committees.

 

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