Airsweb Risk Assessment
Who Uses This Software?
Organisations of all sizes across a broad spectrum of industries, from multi-national corporations to single site operators.
Average Ratings4 reviews
- Overall 4.5 / 5
- Ease of Use 5 / 5
- Customer Service 4.5 / 5
- Features 4 / 5
- Value for Money 4 / 5
- Free Version No
- Free Trial No
Cloud, SaaS, Web
Mobile - iOS Native
Mobile - Android Native
- Founded 1999
About Airsweb Risk Assessment
The Airsweb Risk Assessment software solution provides a structured approach to managing quantitative and qualitative risk assessments. It enables Company-wide EHS and Risk Officers to understand hazards, develop controls, assign actions and share templates and assessments to mitigate risk. Airsweb is a flexible, web-based Quality, Health, Safety and Environment software solution supporting customers in 117 countries, in 20 languages with more than 300,00 users
Airsweb Risk Assessment Most Helpful Reviews
Reviewed on 9/21/2016
Comments: An easy to use and access module with superb support if required. The team are readily available to help and all users benefit from other users experiences and upgrades.
Pros: The module is easy to use with either options to follow the set template, enter free text or both where required. It can be used by any number of users with little training required. Is easy to update and amend, especially with the cloning option which saves enormous amounts of time and effort, removing the need to continuously enter the same or similar data over and over. It also has the ability to share with any user involved in the process/activity and notify them when changes have been made.
Cons: The COSHH pictograms require updating to current legislative standards
Reviewed on 8/8/2017
Very user friendly and business intelligence tools
Comments: Integrated into our management systems and acts as our business intelligence for identifying emerging trends to be able us to intervene.
Pros: The business intelligence tools are invaluable to our leadership teams. The consistency across the modules and how the data is integrated.
Cons: The development lead times and associated costs for QA. We have recently had something deployed to staging for testing and had to identify several errors which I would have been expected to be picked up by the QA team.