What to consider when changing your Control of Work System

Jim Land, Cresent CEO and Control of Work Subject Matter Expert, discusses the key considerations you need to consider when changing your Control of Work system.

There are some key questions that you must ask yourself when considering changing your Control of Work system. What costs are involved? What value would a new system add to your business? There must be risks involved too, but what are these? When should you change your system?

In the current market climate there are various reasons why you may be considering changing your Control of Work including;

  • Discontinued support of current Control of Work system
  • Reducing operating costs
  • Increasing work efficiencies
  • Promoting better safety behaviours and attitudes

The key to successfully changing your Control of Work system is to fully understand the challenges and risks, at the beginning of the process, and effectively plan the management of change (MOC).

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