Local company introduced new HSE Software

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November 28, 2019

On Saturday, November 23, 2019, a local IT and consulting firm known, Nuara Group Sdn. Bhd., recently organised a sharing session to introduce the public to its latest software which can potentially help improve Brunei’s Healthy, Safety & Environment (HSE) management.

Known as Nuara SAFE HSE Management System, the web-based and fully integrated solution — whose well-established core software is built on German technology — is claimed to provide easy efficient reporting, tracking and management of incidents, near misses, audits and investigations. The software is designed to document information related to HSE matters and ensure that a company/organisation and its projects are in compliance with the guidelines and regulatory requirements, thus effectively mitigating the risks in the workplace.

Nuara SAFE users also able to use detailed descriptions, upload supporting images and pinpoint locations by geo-tagging the incident areas, as well as assign corrective actions to department focal points while monitoring its progress in real time, wherever they are.

During the session, the company’s Managing Director, Barbora Grexa said that “A suitable HSE Management System will help eliminate inefficiencies and reduce the time it takes to take action. By having key data available at your fingertips, increased transparency and accountability is ensured.

This in turn will help to draw better analysis to make better decisions. With all those factors in place, the consequence is a decrease in operational risks which will ultimately also help to reduce costs.”

On the other hand, as the Nuara SAFE is a web-based software, it is also accessible to all staff members and promotes quick and effective action to reduce risk and increase safety.

The company further plans to include additional features in the solution design, such as an add-on module for Permit to Work (PTW) Management as well as a real-time-on-site personnel tracking, which are expected to be released in 2020

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