BEMAS launches free LMRA app to estimate risks of corona infection

Free tool for risk analysis of corona infection during maintenance activities


With the BEMAS Corona LMRA app you can check before starting maintenance work whether sufficient precautions have been taken to limit the risk of Corona infection. The app also allows you to assess the risk of infection and suggests some recommended precautions.  Finally, the app contains some concrete advice and tips to prevent Corona infections and gives the possibility to report incidents to BEMAS.


The LMRA app has been developed by SBC Safety Behaviour Change.

(BEPORI sprl). This free version for Risk analysis on Corona infection during maintenance works is made available in collaboration with BEMAS - Belgian Maintenance Association vzw.

The risk analysis assumes that the persons involved do not belong to a risk group and that all persons involved may be unknowingly infected with the Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. The information provided is a generic recommendation.  The information provided is a generic recommendation. For professional use, the specific business context must always be taken into account and this may lead to different results and recommendations. A paid version of the app can be used for all types of risks (including non Corona related) and activities. In addition, the app is adaptable to the specific business context. More information about this on www.lmra.be .


 


Watch the explanation of Wim Vancauwenberghe about the app during the webinar 'The impact of corona on work preparation'.


 


 


What can you do with the app?


Work preparation


With the BEMAS Corona Last Minute Risk Analysis app you can check before starting maintenance work whether sufficient precautions have been taken to reduce the risk of Corona infection.


Corona analysis


This app also allows an assessment of the risk of infection and suggests some recommended precautions.


Report Incident


Finally, the app contains some concrete advice and tips to prevent Corona infections and gives the possibility to report incidents to BEMAS.


            

 


 


How to download the app


1. Scan the QR code or go to this page with your smartphone: 


 


2. Download the BEMAS Corona LMRA app

 


Click on the button 'Download the app

 


 Attention: the downloaded apk file works can only be installed on Android Smartphones.


 


3. After downloading, click 'Open' in the notification, or go to the downloads folder on your smartphone and click 'bemas-corona.apk'. 


 


4. Click on 'Install' to confirm that you want to install the app.


Attention: Don't check 'Have app checked by Google' because Google censors apps with references to corona.


 


5. Finally, click 'Open' to start the app. After filling in some basic information, you can use the app.


 


 


About BEMAS


BEMAS, Belgian Maintenance Association vzw is a dynamic not-for-profit organisation for maintenance managers, maintenance professionals and anyone involved in maintenance or asset management in one way or another. BEMAS is a platform for sharing knowledge and best practices in the field of maintenance and maintenance management. In this way, BEMAS wants to contribute to an increase in competence in (Belgian) industry and to the creation of added economic value through a sustainable management of machines, installations and buildings. www.bemas.org


Contact:

Wim Vancauwenberghe

wvcatbemas [dot] org


 


About SBC


SBC is the developer of the LMRA First app. With the LMRA First app, the real-time safety behaviour of your employees is significantly and actively promoted. By solving targeted knowledge questions, they are always made aware of the need to integrate the element of safety into their work activities.


Contact:

John Van Den Broeck

johnatlmra [dot] be


 


Disclaimer:

SBC Safety Behaviour Change (BEPORI bvba) and BEMAS reject any and all responsibility for the effectiveness, completeness, legality, reliability, operability of the offered information or recommendations.

SBC Safety Behaviour Change (BEPORI bvba) and BEMAS disclaim any and all responsibility for any adverse consequences caused by the application of the recommendations or information obtained from this risk assessment.


Privacy:

The information collected in the app is sent to BEMAS - Belgian Maintenance Association vzw. This information will then be used as study material to identify possible problems with possible Corona infection during maintenance activities.  The data will be processed anonymously and will only be used for study purposes. Reports are only made on a consolidated basis.

The camera is only used for barcode scanning, no information is stored in any way when the camera is used.

The microphone is only used to determine the noise level in order to prevent hearing damage. Calls are not recorded nor forwarded in any way.    


Read the full privacy declaration 

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