By Sphera’s Editorial Team | March 11, 2020

Top 5 Criteria for Shift Management and Work Handover

According to independent analyst and consultant, Verdantix, shift management and work handover represents 20% of the core functionality required to satisfy an effective, complete Control of Work software.

Budget constraints and fragmented responsibilities for industrial risk management mean buyers of Operational Risk Management software seek out the most comprehensive integrated functionality that can be met by Permit to Work software. To help operations decision-makers identify the best value, Sphera presents a series of content outlining the (4) levels of functionality required of Control of Work software: Isolations Management, Job Hazard Analysis, Permit to Work and Shift Management.

Here we present the top 5 criteria required for the shift handover process, and we outline how each component could operate in a best practice scenario.

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