eVision has helped major industry players across the globe streamline and improve their operations. Dive into the details of these Case Studies.
Over the past decade, eVision has had the opportunity to provide dozens of companies with solutions to their daily maintenance challenges.
Whether a single-asset Permit to Work implementation or a fully integrated enterprise global rollout, eVision has always held the needs of its clients in the highest regard. Being able to answer these requirements in the most effective way possible has led to impressive results, ranging from major decreases in incidents to significant streamlining of critical processes.
Below, you can read through several Case Studies: the results of collaboration, understanding, and innovation.
“eVision didn’t only offer solutions and services that are fully aligned with our requirements; they also have a great track record in delivering robust, scalable and configurable solutions to major players in hazardous industries.”
Read the full customer success story here (PDF).
One of eVision’s major global digital Permit to Work implementations has been a flagship in efficiency and safety gains. This infographic-style poster details the enormous benefits reaped across close to 100 onshore and offshore assets, as well as the technical benefits of integration with Oracle Primavera and eVision’s interactive P&ID solution.
View the full story here (PDF).
Predictive risk mitigation has long been the holy grail of hazardous industries solutions development. The ability to mitigate the possibility of dangerous situations occurring is the clearest, yet most complicated step towards Vision Zero, and optimal safe production. eVision had already been tackling this challenge, but since being awarded the H2020-SME instrument phase 2 grant in 2014, this process has been put into high gear, leading to achievements that would have been impossible without H2020.
Read about some of these collaborative achievements here.
Various hazardous process industries are investing a lot of time and resources in maintaining and continuously improving safety on worksites. Safety improvements and cutting costs are often seen as mutually exclusive. This Centrica study illustrates how safety and efficiency actually go hand-in-hand. Says R. Pijtak, Centrica HSE Manager:
“Safety and Awareness of multiple tasks have increased tremendously due to automated conflicting situation detection. The Permit Vision tool has made the process much simpler; it works fast and accurate while keeping good structure and control.”
Read the full case study here (PDF).