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UtilitySafe Risk Assessment for Utilities Industry

E-Verifile : 18 February, 2010  (New Product)
e-Verifile has now brought Industry Standard Risk Assessment capabilities to the Utilities Industry with UtilitySafe, a subscription based on line risk assessment tool
Atlanta-based e-Verifile.Com has launched UtilitySafe, the latest in the company's line of administrative management and risk assessment systems. "Utilities are extremely important and are very highly regulated industries," says Devon Wijesinghe, e-VERIFILE's Chief Strategy Officer. "By implementing UtilitySafe, we will help utility administrators and managers comply with industry safety standards and secure important assets," Wijesinghe added.

UtilitySafe streamlines routine contractor and workforce management activities for electric, gas, telecom, and water utilities as well as the businesses that serve them. These organizations utilize the management and risk assessment service to facilitate a range of daily administrative tasks while ensuring compliance with local, state and federal safety/security requirements. To use the service, utilities and related enterprises simply subscribe to UtilitySafe and log in to create their own Workplace Compliance Programs. Compliance Programs can be customized to focus on a number of mission-critical issues including: Corporate Responsibility, Employee Performance, Workplace Safety & Security, Workplace/Supplier Diversity and more.

Once the organization's program has been created, they then require their personnel and/or contractors to participate online. Participants visit UtilitySafe where they establish an account and log in to comply with the programs. Successful compliance with the programs determines eligibility to access select facilities and jobsites or to receive associated ID badges or other credentials.

No additional software or equipment is required and UtilitySafe can be securely accessed from any PC, anywhere at any time.

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