Facility Information Management

Gateway provides information management solutions for the chemical, energy and life science sectors.  We excel at business process improvement projects that demand electronic document management and process safety management expertise.

FACILEX® Applications

FACILEX® is a suite of advanced Microsoft 365 applications used for integrated process safety management initiatives such as: Risk Based Process Safety from the Center for Chemical Process Safety and American Petroleum Institute recommended practice API-1173 also known as Guidelines for Pipeline Safety Management.

FACILEX® can be used to rapidly configure any business process without the need for custom programming. The applications in the current suite include:

These user friendly applications promote the adoption and enforcement of policies & procedures, thereby enhancing safety, performance and regulatory compliance. Data across all the applications can be aggregated and reported.

Consulting and Support Services

Gateway provides a complete range of consulting and analytical support services:

FACILEX® in the Cloud

The full suite of FACILEX® applications are available on Microsoft Azure. FACILEX® solutions leverage Microsoft's global data center architecture, best-in-class data center security, and performance tuning providing ultra-low latency response and in-country data storage.

Electronic Document Vault

Gateway's professionals can rapidly configure SharePoint® to manage your facility information in an integrated and automated system:

Compliance Initiatives

Gateway's professionals can rapidly configure FACILEX® to report quality standards and regulatory compliance metrics. Scorecards can be provided for initiatives such as:

  • API 754
  • API 1173
  • CCPS PSM Metrics
  • EPA RMP
  • ISO 9001
  • ISO 14001
  • ISO 31000
  • OHSAS 18001
  • OSHA 1910 PSM
  • Risk-Based Process Safety
  • Vision 20/20

MOC Best Practices Newsletter

Gateway's president, Dr. Rainer Hoff has taken on a personal mission to research the best practices for Management of Change in the OSHA 1910.119 context, and document these results in a series of MOC Best Practices Newsletters. Dr. Hoff’s latest work provides a critical review of the challenges faced by small site to comply with the big demands of an MOC process. Login or Register to access Gateway’s editions of the MOC Best Practices Newsletter.