Using digitalisation to enable effective Control of Work


Thursday, 15 September, 2022

Using digitalisation to enable effective Control of Work

Managing the Control of Work (CoW) process to meet the rising expectations of regulators, stakeholders and standards can be challenging for the manufacturing industry. Angelo Laurence and Neil Eddy, EHS&S product experts from SAI360, will host a webinar to explain how the latest SAI360 EHS&S Control of Work Technologies can help enhance CoW processes to ensure safety while remaining compliant.

The most common Control of Work legislative breaches and challenges cited by various regulatory authorities, according to SAI360, include inconsistent and ineffective hazard identification and risk assessment, and the compatibility of existing risk control measures such as lockout/tagout (LOTO) with standards and regulations. Other common CoW legislative breaches include the complex risk procedures and protracted complications that result in delays; the self-isolation of plants and equipment; permit-to-work (PTW) systems not focusing on critical hazards and risk controls; and the workforce viewing the PTW system as extra paperwork and not as a means of ensuring safety.

Digitalised Control of Work can help to effectively deliver operational safety and ensure legislative compliance. Webinar attendees will learn about SAI360’s mobile-ready lockout/tagout, pre-configured permit-to-work, and the capabilities for just-in-time interactive procedures delivered via mobile.

To find out more about the webinar, click here.

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