The Ultimate Guide to e-Permit to Work: The Top 3 Benefits of Moving Away from Paper

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Oil & Gas IQ
04/20/2021

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Most frontline operations rely on a combination of paper forms and informal knowledge transfer from other team members to navigate the permit-to-work process in the field. Yet when the time comes to start the work, work permits are often still administered in the permit office – often resulting in field authorities taking shortcuts to allow operators with incomplete permits to start work.

Electronic permit to work is a necessary step for improving productivity, safety, and efficiency in frontline operations.

Download this insight brief to learn how integrating three critical safety systems–permits, risk assessments, and LOTO—easily helps maintain safety standards on potentially hazardous worksites. You'll also learn more about:

  • How to increase Hands-on Tool Time (HoTT)
  • Using a controlled process to reduce incidents
  • Proven results from e-Permit to Work

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