Risk Mitigation in the Oil & Gas Sector with a Better Permit to Work (PTW) System: A CQ Guide with 9 Best Practices

ClearStream, Energy Services Inc - a pioneer in providing solutions for the energy and Industrial markets including oil and gas, petrochemical, power, infrastructure and others – aimed at implementing a digital solution that could transform its legacy systems to a simplified, mobile-friendly, and electronic process as this would allow site inspectors to submit safety data from any location, saving valuable time and resources. Seamless integration with Salesforce was an essential requirement too.

Read this case study to understand how ComplianceQuest designed the solution to help ClearStream achieve its objectives.

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Over the last decade, oil and gas operators have been channelizing considerable efforts into ensuring safe operations, by focusing on implementing a digital solution that will help regulate personnel entering hazardous environments. Simply put, a secure work permit creates the requisite executive work power. To that end, the permit to work system has been a key tool to manage work safety in high-hazard industries like Oil & Gas.

Due to the substantial risk and complexity, leading companies use an enterprise ePTW (electronic permit to work) system to meet the regulatory requirements and best practices for protecting workers from these hazards.

It can be intimidating to manage a permit system, so, if you are creating, revitalizing, or auditing best practices, you should start by asking the following questions:

1. What are the different permits that are applicable to my operations ?

2. Who are the different personnel responsible to manage the PTW System?

3. How do I implement and use the PTW System effectively?

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