Industrial and manufacturing facilities with all their constantly evolving moving parts, need systems in place to track and maintain data on industrial incidents and accidents that may compromise safety and quality. It is critical for a commercial operation to reduce downtime, keep production lines running, and not risk the safety of their workers.
Difficulty arises when breakdowns in communication between departments, shifts, and machinery are not tracked and analysed for patterns and trends. By improving all these aspects through active monitoring and an precision prevention campaign with automatic reporting to management, an organization can maximize its annual profits.
A growing trend in the industry is the realization of the need to strip things back to the core business by outsourcing non-core functions such as IT, Logistics, and Maintenance while ensuring quality is not compromised. Many have outsourced their industrial safety and hazardous material spill cleanup to private industrial safety companies. It is important for these companies to have accurate reporting and logs for their clients.
CKR Global - [D4H] gives over 50% saving on administrative costs of scheduling and tracking of staff & equipment.
Western Wayne County - [D4H] centralizes hazardous material response at 11th busiest airport in US.
Oil Sands Emergency Response Team - [D4H] is key to upstream operation incident tracking in Canada.
[D4H]™ Response Team
Our flagship product for standalone units with training, collaboration, equipment, personnel, and incident reporting included. Learn More »
[D4H]™ Central Reporting
Connect multiple teams together to form organization-wide live statistics. Learn More »
[D4H]™ Equipment Manager
Full equipment management suite including asset tracking, checklists, repairs, inspections, and logs. Learn More »
[D4H]™ Hazmat Edition
Specialized for hazardous material incidents at industrial facilities, pipelines, ports, highways, and clandestine labs. Learn More »
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