A GTL operator had difficulties managing multiple safety service providers and faced safety equipment availability issues. United Safety acted as sole provider of an array of safety services to help them solve logistical challenges.
The Oilfield technology featured the launch of United Safety’s Sophia software during ADIPEC 2015 in their online magazine. Sophia helps plant managers efficiently allocate resources during turnarounds, and can also be a permanent solution to manage safety in a facility.
Date: December, 2014
Description: This brochure describes how an efficient Safety Asset Management process, encompassing onsite safety equipment maintenance, centralized distribution and dispatch, and precise tracking and billing of onsite
safety services can help achieve safety goals as well as productivity gains.
This proprietary QA/QC process called QCycle™ consisting of a mobile onsite QA/QC system which can turnaround used equipment quickly for re-deployment. QCycle™ focusses on efficiency and reducing time spent in Stage 3 by speeding up the field maintenance process.
In order to plan and manage cleaning, testing and effective re-inventory of safety equipment during a major 60-day maintenance turnaround with over 3500 contractors United Safety provided a mobile QA/QC facility, ensuring interruption-free access to well-maintained safety resources and reducing equipment rentals by 30 percent.