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Webinar: The challenges and benefits of digitising your permit process

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Traditional Permit to Work management systems are usually defined by one thing: paperwork. Between risk assessments, safety audits, training records and plant records, all of this documentation can inhibit the permit handover process and communication between stakeholders.

Demand for permit to work software has risen rapidly over the past two years as firms have increasingly realised the dual benefit of controlling real-time risks whilst improving the speed at which safe work can be completed. Implementation of PTW software can be standalone or integrated with other modules such as risk assessment and contractor safety.

In this webinar, you will learn why its time for your permits to go digital. Our expert panel will look at how technology can make permit creation, issuing and control more efficient.

When you attend this webinar, you will:

  • Look at 4 reasons why safety professionals are moving away from paper permits;
  • Gain insight on how to modernise your permit process;
  • Explore what permit management technology is available to suit your requirements.

Robert Jukes

Robert Jukes Health, Safety and Environment Manager Wax Lyrical

Jennifer Lea

Jennifer Lea Risk Manager Bruntwood

Darragh Geoghegan

Darragh Geoghegan CEO Engage EHS

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Speaker Profiles

Robert Jukes

Robert Jukes
Health, Safety and Environment Manager
Wax lyrical Ltd

Robert Jukes is the Health, Safety and Environment Manager for Wax lyrical Ltd, the UK’s largest home fragrance manufacturer and part of the Portmeirion Group. The 27-year-old is currently studying the NEBOSH Diploma and the MSc in Occupational Health, Safety and Environment at Manchester Metropolitan University and, in his spare time, volunteers as a committee member of the Keswick to Barrow Walk, a 40 mile stroll through the beautiful Lake District from Keswick to Barrow. It has raises £100,000’s for both local and national charities. Robert also volunteers as a mentor in the Safety4Good Scheme. Robert scooped SHP’s Rising Star for Manufacturing and Rising Star UK at Safety & Health Expo in June. He enthralled the judges by “his commitment to learning more and working away from home is excellent, engaging with local communities with a heavy focus on wellbeing.

Jennifer Lea

Jennifer Lea
Risk Manager
Bruntwood

I am a Risk Manager for Bruntwood, a Manchester based property company passionate about creating thriving cities. Bruntwood provides not just office spaces but lab spaces and retail. I started my career at 19 in consultancy and have spent the last 6 years developing my skills and knowledge in a whole host of sectors including heavy haulage, property management, manufacturing, construction, to name a few. I like to think of myself as a generalist but am particularly interested in manufacturing and how processes work. I have spent the last year working to make our offices and retail spaces COVID secure and helped Bruntwood gain recognition through the British Safety Council's COVID-19 Assurance Audit. I am currently working on an upgrade to our own permit to work system, I am looking forward to creating a system that is user-friendly and has the safety of all involved at the forefront of its purpose.

Darragh Geoghegan

Darragh Geoghegan
CEO
Engage EHS

Darragh Geoghegan is co-founder and CEO of Engage-EHS, one of the UK and Ireland’s foremost safety software providers. With a background in construction and engineering, Darragh co-founded Engage in 2008 with the belief that the right software tools can truly engage the workforce and transform safety behaviour and culture.

Engage-EHS provides a complete safety toolset including Incidents, Audits, Risk Assessments, Permits, Training, Plant Management and Contractor Management. Their ‘Engage’ app allows for the timely capture of observations and incidents in the field.

Engage EHS was acquired by EcoOnline in early 2021, market leaders in online chemical safety management in Europe.

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