The Software You Need for a Safer Mine

Safety is everything in the mining world. Everyone wants to get home safe after a good day’s work. Thankfully, the 21st century has brought us the technology to make mining safer than ever before. We’ve written today’s blog over our top software picks for safety, to ensure everyone gets home safe.

GroundHog:

GroundHog FMS is a cutting edge-fleet management software. On top of that, built in maintenance ops features keep all equipment in safe, working order. Additionally, the real-time nature of the app allows for notifications to be sent out in the event of a hazard. For supervisors, the real-time task management and monitoring allows for keeping easy tabs on maintenance ops. Keeping all equipment in safe working order is of course the foundation for a safe mine. When combined with digitized inspections it can create an environment that allows technicians to swiftly address any problems that arise in the mine.

GroundHog EHS:

GroundHog EHS is a digital inspection application created on the premise that workplace safety should go beyond compliance. For that reason, it features fully digitized inspections, hazard notifications, form builder, geographic hazard mapping and work order scheduling. GroundHog EHS is perfect for locating and fixing hazards in the workplace immediately. In order to further emphasize safety culture, GroundHog EHS is the only app of its kind to feature fully integrated safety shares.

cerTrax:

One of the most important parts of a safe mine is training. Managing the training of everyone can be quite tricky though. Thanks to cerTrax, it doesn’t have to be. cerTrac streamlines training and certificate management to help keep everyone safe and compliant. You can even administer training though the cerTrax app and write you own training. This makes cerTrax highly flexible and allows for everyone to be trained effectively by using it. This provides mines with a great opportunity to improve foundation skills for everyone in the mine. Creating strong foundational and basic hazard management skills among all employees will add an extra layer of protection to make your mine safer.

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