One of the most significant updates is related to MRA Reports, which can now be filtered by the “Completed With (user)” field, enabling users to easily find and review reports completed by specific individuals.
Additionally, the “Hazard Reference Code” field can also now be used to filter MRA Reports, making it easier to locate specific hazards. As well as this function, for customers using the HRN modality, MRA Reports can now be filtered by Hazards whose current score falls within a given range, improving accuracy and efficiency.
MinRisk MRA for iOS
In the MinRisk MRA for iOS app, photos captured from within the app’s built-in camera can now be saved to the iOS “Camera Roll.” This feature is disabled by default, and can be enabled in the app settings, providing users with greater flexibility in managing their photos.
Moreover, MRA Reports now include a clickable link to launch the MinRisk MRA for iOS app, opening the relevant screen, enabling users to easily access relevant information. This makes accessing reports once sent to the relevant recipient easier and more efficient, especially when the user is on the go.
Budget Cost for Controls
To ensure greater accuracy and compliance with budgetary constraints, the Budget Cost for Controls must now conform to an upper limit value, which is set at a default of “1,000,000.” MinRisk Portal administrators can configure this limit to limit errors when using the app.
For customers using the “Risk Score” (a.k.a Risk Matrix) modality, the Consequence field of a hazard is now read-only. This field has always been directly related to the selected injury, and as such, removing the ability to edit it directly avoids user confusion, and increases data accuracy.