The importance of employee safety, in all contexts within a manufacturing or industrial environment, cannot be overstated. Maintenance and repair operations are among the settings in which serious or deadly accidents can occur if proper precautions aren't strictly observed.

During this session, you will learn how you can improve safety in your organization and prevent accidents using Microsoft Asset Management and Dynaway Safe Work.

During the session you will see:

  • Lockout Tagout (LOTO)
    Learn how to handle safety procedures to ensure that dangerous machines are properly shut off and not be started up again before completing maintenance or repair work in the Asset Management module. 

  • Permit to work
    Manage safety and work permits in Microsoft Asset Management. Create predefined permits for any work order and then block its execution until all the permits for the work order have been signed. 
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