SeaRoc Adds New Permit to Work System to SeaPlanner

SeaRoc Group is launching a new Permit to Work system for its SeaPlanner marine monitoring and management solution.

The release of the new Permit to Work system is expected to provide a fully integrated solution for managing work authorization processes.

According to SeaRoc, the new system provides a fast and efficient user-driven process for the submission, review, approval and issue of all permits.

Consisting of three main functions, Risk Assessment/Method Statement (RAMS), Permits and Transfer of Control (Toc), the system is an integral solution to the smooth running of the project and control over contractor work on assets, the company said.

"The launch of Permit to Work brings a brand new function to the SeaPlanner system," Steve Pears, SeaRoc Group Managing Director, said.

"The solution has been designed in such a way that it provides clients with the complete process for managing work permits in a fully auditable way and ensuring compliance with best practice. We’ve engaged with existing clients during the design process and as a result we are confident that we have a system that has the potential to be the industry standard.”

The SeaPlanner provides personnel and operational planning tools for large-scale projects, enabling users to plan and monitor operations, using a controlled, compliant and auditable method, SeaRoc said.

The software features tools for ensuring personnel safety and efficient running of the project, including inductions, certification management, personnel and asset tracking, manifesting and access control, the company said, emphasizing that the addition of the Permit to Work provides a complete audit trail of the contractor's journey throughout the project.

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