Permit to Work

Manage work identified as hazardous in a construction site or other high hazard industries

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A permit-to-work is an integral part of a safe system of work and used to manage work identified as potentially hazardous in a construction site or process manufacturing plan or other high hazard industries. A permit defined by OSHA is an employee requested and employer approved authorization to work on a potentially dangerous job. The 29 CFR OSHA safety standards include "samples" that show what OSHA expects in the permits for different regulated activities listed below:

  1. Confined Space Entry: 29 CFR 1926.1206 Confined Spaces in Construction
  2. Hot Work: 29 CFR 1910.252 Welding, Cutting, and Brazing
  3. Isolation: 29 CFR 1910.147 Lockout/Tagout - the Control of Hazardous Energy
  4. Electrical: 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S Live Electrical Work Permit

Key feature of the Permit to Work app are:

  1. Permit Types: Cold, Hot, Confined Space, Elevated Work, Excavation, Electrical.
  2. Permit Workflow: Receiving Authority, Approving Authority, Issuing Authority, Gas Tester, Fire Watch, Isolating Authority, Operating Authority, Performing Authority and Area Authority
  3. Permit Status Changes: Draft, Request, Approve, Reject, Issue, Site Preparation, Accept, Live, Return, Extend, Suspend and Close.
  4. Permit for Single Performer and/or Work Crew.
  5. Single Sheet Permits: Master Permit with Child Permits.
  6. Permit Document Generation: PDF/Word - Partner Extension Required.
  7. Contractor and Employee Qualification Checks.
  8. Site Wide Permit Monitoring (Map View) and Permit Calendar.
  9. Reports: Permits Requestor, Coordinator and HSE View (20+ Reports)

App Credits: Mouli Ponnupandy, Vinay Kumar, Raviteja Pamid, Arti Joshi, Prashant Hubballi.