Cloud-based Permit to Work refers to management systems which are used to ensure that work is done safely and efficiently. These are used in hazardous industries and involve procedures to request, review, authorise, document and most importantly, de-conflict tasks to be carried out by front line workers.
At Global Permits we offer 18 different permit types:
- General permit to work
- Electrical permit to work
- Mechanical permit to work
- Permit to work at height
- Health and safety plan of action
- Ceiling access permit
- Request for energisation
- Request for water services
- Riser access permit
- Floor void access permit
- Sanction to test
- Hot work permit
- Request for isolation
- Limitation of access
- Earthing and isolation permit
- Permit to dig
- Confined space
A Risk Assessment is a key factor in protecting employees and your business, as well as complying with the Law. It identifies risks within your company and work operations and the ones with the potential to cause harm.
A Risk Assessment is simply a careful examination of what, in your work, could have the potential to cause harm to people, so that you can assess whether you have taken enough precautions or should do more to prevent harm in the workplace.
A work Method Statement sometimes called a “Safe System of Work” is a document that details the way a work task or process is to be completed. The Method Statement should outline the hazards involved and detail a step by step guide on how to do the job safely
Here at Global permits we offer our very own RAMS templates for users to complete and create a perfect RAMS.
We have a ‘supplementary information’ tab which will include any relevant extras and documents
We currently offer the following:
- Step / ladder access permit
- Good catch / near miss report
- Site inspections report
- Weekly examination report
- Accident / incident investigation report
- Accident record slip
Please note: if there is a specific document you wish to have on our system, this can be done with a very short turnaround time
We have 50 different toolbox talks available on our system, these can be signed online or printed out dependant on one’s preference.
A toolbox talk is an informal safety meeting that is part of an organization’s overall safety program. Toolbox meetings are generally conducted at the job site prior to the commencement of a job or work shift.