System aids compliance with safety regulations

DocLogix's new management system aims to make compliance with workplace health and safety simpler

Compliance with workplace health and safety (H&S) regulations is claimed to be made simpler with an automated process and manufacturing information management system called Compliance Solution from DocLogix.

Compliance Solution is among a range of systems from the company that covers: time tracking and reporting; risk management; procurement management; machine maintenance management; work orders management; project management; and many others that eliminate the need for manual management of information and processes.

The system – developed in conjunction with H&S experts – allows managers to drag and drop all electronic documents that have previously been checked by H&S professionals.

The software platform used changes how huge flows of documentation and information, related to the regulations of production, storage of materials, waste management and many other areas of a manufacturing business, are dealt with.

It offers traceability in case something goes wrong with a product or service, and a critical consideration where proof of due diligence may be required.

But, being automated, it allows the process to be paperless, eliminating the need for manual document signing, printing, filing and transportation.

Contact DocLogix for more information. 

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