The Benefits Of Contractor Self-Management

By Eric Higgins | September 24, 2019 | Blog

In the last number of years, there has been a surge in companies moving to electronic systems to manage contractors, for a variety of positive [...]

Moving From Paper To An Electronic Permit To Work System

By Lauren Kavanagh | August 09, 2019 | Blog

Here we present insights from 3 EHS and Engineering leaders into the most common challenges and how to plan for success.

Why Does Vetting Not Equal Contractor Compliance?

By Lauren Kavanagh | July 24, 2019 | Blog

This subject is so important for the simple reason that people think that because they have vetted a contractor that they are compliant but in [...]

The Benefits Of Applying The 5 Principles Of Lean To EHS Using Software

By Lauren Kavanagh | June 19, 2019 | Blog

Throughout this blog the benefits of implementing the 5 principles of a lean process will be discussed along with ongoing perfection or [...]

Identifying Where Compliance Is Falling Down

By Lauren Kavanagh | May 02, 2019 | Blog

Compliance is at the heart of all health and safety. A company that is compliant, that operates according to rules and regulations, and that [...]

5 Things To Prepare You For Moving From Paper Processes To Electronic Processes

By Eric Higgins | March 22, 2019 | Blog

Are you currently using paper to manage your EHS processes, namely managing contractors who come to work at your site?

The Importance Of An Effective Visitor Management System

By Eric Higgins | January 29, 2019 | Blog


The Dangers Of Incomplete Permits

By Eric Higgins | January 18, 2019 | Blog

Paper-based permit to work systems have many uses, and for some they are an effective solution for the needs of a business, but when trying to [...]

ePermits vs Paper Permits

By Eric Higgins | January 16, 2019 | Blog

Making The Move To Electronic PTW.

Managing Your Contracted Workforce And Reducing Risk In The Pharmaceutical Industry

By Eric Higgins | January 11, 2019 | Blog

Your biggest safety risk could be walking through the door every day.