Highways Accident Reporting Tool is coming soon

Highways Accident Reporting Tool is coming soon

Published

01 Oct 2021

We are now into the final stages of system configuration and preparation for the new Highways Accident Reporting Tool (HART) which will shortly be replacing Airsweb. Our internal super-users are actively delivering training across National Highways and to our supply chain partners.

To allow additional time for colleague training and to avoid the Christmas holiday season, HART will now launch across National Highways and our supply chain on 17 January 2022. We want to ensure that all of our colleagues and supply chain partners have had the opportunity to use the many supporting resources we have developed and therefore feel confident ready for the switch over.

If you are a current Airsweb user and will be using our new Highways Accident Reporting Tool in future, please familiarise yourself with our support resources on this page ahead of the January launch.  We are adding guidance documents, short video tutorials and updating our FAQs on a regular basis.

If you have any queries in the meantime, please don’t hesitate to contact HARTsupplychain@highwaysengland.co.uk

Highways Accident Reporting Tool guidance

Step-by-step videos

These short videos walk you through the key process you'll need to follow when adding and editing records in HART. You can watch them all in less than an hour.

How do I get access to HART - a 60 second video guide

How do I get a HART account? - a 60 second video guide

Recording an event part 1: Creating an event record

Recording an event part 2: Completing and submitting a record

Recording a near miss or undesired circumstance part 1: Creating a record

Recording a near miss or undesired circumstance part 2: Completing and submitting a record

Recording a positive observation

Completing an incident investigation

Accessing and exporting incident records

Recording your hours worked

Accessing and editing hours worked

Accessing an audit record to add an associated action

Guides 

Recording an event (PDF)

Completing an incident investigation (PDF)

Recording a standalone action (PDF)

Accessing and exporting incident records (PDF)

Microsoft accessibility tools guidance (PDF)

Recording your hours worked (PDF)

Accessing and editing hours worked (PDF)

Accessing and exporting action records (PDF)

Recording a near miss/undesired circumstance (PDF)

Recording a positive observation (PDF)

Accessing and exporting audit reports to assign and action (PDF)

Frequently asked questions (PDF)

Privacy notice

This privacy notice explains how we use personal data for accident reporting, recording and analysis.

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