Permits are effectively a means of communication between site management, plant supervisors and operators, and those who carry out the work. Examples of high-risk jobs where a written ‘permit to work’ procedure may need to be used include hot work such as welding, vessel entry, and working with hazardous substances, and work that requires electrical or mechanical isolation.
Permit to Work system Training
EQMS Permit to work system training builds the necessary capability needed to set up an effective control mechanism while performing high risk jobs. The program gives a quick learning to the participants about managing work activities that have inherently higher risks or unique aspects that could lead to a higher level of risk than routine or daily work activities.
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