Disciplinary Action Tracker

Safework Suite® Disciplinary Action Tracker (DAT) allows supervisors to document the disciplinary process by linking employee violation data with supporting documents and retaining records in an easily retrievable database.

Key Features

Disciplinary Action Software

Document & organize
disciplinary actions

Remediation Plan

Power BI Dashboard

DAT Template Exporting Form

Cross-Record Tracking 

Track Status Performance Plan

Quickly Retrieve Violation History

Track Probation Period

Automated Email Alerts

Sync with HR Systems

Upload Supporting Documents

Advanced Record Filtering

Categorize Violations by Type

Electronic Signoff

Quick Add Personnel

Automated Employee Points

Export violation records

Record Change History

Available as a Stand-Alone Module

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DAT supports your progressive disciplinary action program to inform and document poor performance or behavior.


The Safework Advantage!

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Assists HR managers in providing consistent discipline and ensures that the termination process meets regulatory requirements

Tracks patterns in discipline in order to establish corrective measures and implement additional training

Promotes an ethical and professional working culture that complies with HR labor practices

Easily produces documentation for OSHA investigations and other legal matters 

progressive discipline

DAT records contain relevant fields, supporting documents, and cross-references that make disciplinary action recordkeeping easy.

What Our Clients Are Saying About

Our Disciplinary Action Tool


Thomas F.

Corporate Safety

Houma, LA

"...Safework Suite® software makes it possible..."

“I like the way Safework Suite® software makes it possible for supervisors to link unsafe acts and unsafe condition observations to record disciplinary action warnings.


The system makes it easy to upload our existing forms and record violation types, warning categories, and supporting documentation.”