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Promote accountability.  

Improved accuracy.

Easy and intuitive.

Operators and safety officers have worked together to help eliminate the daily struggles of the traditional paper logbook.

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Replace traditional Operator Logbooks with advanced Electronic Logbooks. Safety Authority has approved this Electronic Logbook based on CSA Code B51 and B52.

The Contractors Logbook is a powerful tool to record contractor work performed at your plant. No more confusion, misunderstandings or lacking transparency as all contractor related work is recorded and time stamped in one central place.

Improve internal and external communication through this powerful recommendation tool. This tool lets operators, contractors and managers post valuable recommendations that otherwise could be forgotten or possibly be ignored.

Trend Logs takes the data from the Operator Logbook and visualizes trends and abnormalities within seconds what otherwise could take hours to analyze.

LOGIN 
Individual registration for user accountability.

HISTORY
Maintain premanet records.

ATTACHMENTS
Upload photos while completing an entry.

PROJECTIONS
Schedule and review recent entries.

SYNC (BACKUP)
Backups are generated automatically

FAVORITES
Bookmark entries that require follow-up action.

SEARCH
Locate exactly the content to need.

FILTER
Filter and analyse data entries.

TIME STAMPS
All entries are flattend and time stamped.

E-SIGNATURES
Capture user signatures.
Questions & Answers;

Do Electronic Logbooks fulfill BC Safety Authority requirements?

YES. The Operator Logbook is accepted by BC Safety Authority. Only in case of an electronic log book failure, provision’s shall be made for a hard bound log book to be available for recording activities within the plant.


How secure are Electronic Logbooks?

Users are identified and protected by their personal login, password and e-signature. All data is permanently stored, can't be iterated and is automatically backed-up. Optionally data can also be printed out at any time.

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