Moving From Paper To An Electronic Permit To Work System

By | August 9th, 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 | July 24th, 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 reality, they are actually only focusing on one part of a much larger process.  [...]

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

By | June 19th, 2019 | Blog

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

Identifying Where Compliance Is Falling Down

By | May 2nd, 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 prioritizes safe work practices will be a company with very few issues when it comes to auditing. [...]

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

By | March 22nd, 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 | January 29th, 2019 | Blog


The Dangers Of Incomplete Permits

By | January 18th, 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 meet the safety demands of large organisations who issue high volumes of permits, paper permits have their limitations and are [...]

ePermits vs Paper Permits

By | January 16th, 2019 | Blog

Making The Move To Electronic PTW. [...]

Managing Your Contracted Workforce And Reducing Risk In The Pharmaceutical Industry

By | January 11th, 2019 | Blog

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