The Play Safe Injury Tracker
After several years of development and research Play Safe is pleased to introduce the Play Safe Injury Tracker - Canada's first web-enabled injury surveillance platform for sport and recreation injury.
It's free. We have eliminated any financial barriers for organizations to effectively track injuries in their organization. Our funding model includes a mix of public and private sources to ensure the system remains accessible to organizations.
PSI adheres to the highest standards of security so you can collect information and data with confidence.
- customizable forms and reports
- real time data reporting
- access to raw and summary data
- exportable data
Try the demo today:
Sample injury form: Click here
Sample Injury Summary Report: Click Here
Interested in trying the Play Safe Injury Tracker for your organization?
Injury tracking Q & A
Question: Why should my organization track injuries in our activities?
Answer: Tracking injuries is a way to understand what is really happening in an organization's activities. Knowing where injuries occur most frequently, to whom and the contributing factors, will allow the organization to prioritize prevention strategies.
Question: Won't our insurance broker/agent penalize us for the number of injuries we have?
Answer: No. They will be delighted to know that you are actively monitoring and responding to injuries as they occur and using the data to drive your prevention efforts. This is part of a broader risk management approach developed by the insurance industry. Don't take our word for it - go ask them.
Question: We already have a paper form, can the Play Safe Injury Tracker still be helpful?
Answer: Absolutely! The additional benefit of collecting injury data online is the availability of useful reports, maintaining confidentiality, translation availability and real-time information.
Question: Who should complete the injury forms?
Answer: Great question! The gold standard is that reports are completed by a medically trained professional. Most sport and recreation organizations do not have this capacity and so we have to find a consistent alternative role.