Improve safety and lower risk
The Pisys Electronic Permit to Work system(‘PTW’) is a cloud-based system for creating and managing Permits to Work across any type of business or work site.
It can be used for all types of hazardous work, such as working at height, confined space entry, hot and cold work, and excavations.
Create your own permit questions and setup your own workflow to closely match your business process. Permits carry a comprehensive set of information plus any required file attachments and an audit trail showing the various stages in the approval process.
An email system keeps everyone informed about the status of permits, and a powerful reminder system ensures that the appropriate people are informed about permits reaching their due dates.
Configurable security allows a high degree of control over access levels and allows selected permits to be restricted to defined companies or individuals within companies. Gain visibility of your workforce: see what contractors are on site and where they are working.
It is cost-effective, and ideal for any organisation requiring a Permit to Work solution that is available quickly, is easy to learn and use, and customizable.
Pisys Permit to Work comes preconfigured with 4 modules. They can be used individually or in collaboration with each other.
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Makes the transition from paper to electronic permit to work system simple!
Existing permit questions can be transferred to the Permit to Work system as part of the initial setup. The electronic system will look and feel familiar to your personnel and contractors from the outset, and you can use your existing workflows. This keeps training times to a minimum and makes the switch to Pisys Permit to Work system easy.
The system will fit in with your company, not the other way round. But don’t take our word for it, see it for yourself: Send us one of your permits, and we’ll show you it working on our system.
Permit to Work FAQ
A permit to work system is a system used to control high-risk activities. It should allow a person or group of people to carry out a task, at a specific location and time with controls in place to mitigate risk.
Isolations typically involve a mechanical system which protects workers maintaining a piece of equipment - for example a power isolator may be used to ensure that a circuit is safe. A permit to work system should allow recording and reporting of all isolations made.
As you may have guessed, it depends ! If you have a paper-based system it may appear relatively inexpensive to operate, but the hidden costs may be high ( for example you may lose time and introduce risk because paper has to be moved around a worksite). Our Electronic Permit to Work system can cost as little as £5K per annum with full support for a small site.
Throughout the years, a number of process safety incidents have involved simultaneous operations, or SIMOPs for short. When two or more operations are undertaken in the same vicinity at the same time, there is a risk that they may interfere with one another, either introducing new risks or exacerbating existing ones. Unfortunately as with many... Continue Reading
Introduction We’re going to dive into a crucial aspect of managing safety in complex work environments: Simultaneous Operations, or SIMOPS. As an HSE professional, you’re well aware of the challenges that arise when multiple activities occur concurrently. In this article, we will explore what SIMOPS entails, its connection to Permit-to-Work (PTW) systems, the potential problems... Continue Reading
What exactly is a PTW system? Picture this: You’re at a construction site, and there are various tasks taking place simultaneously. Some workers are welding, others are operating cranes, and some are engaged in electrical work. Amidst this bustling environment, a Permit To Work (PTW) system is there to ensure that everything runs smoothly, minimizing... Continue Reading