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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. More...
Dr. Hoff’s latest work provides a critical review of the various techniques for managing work-in-process documentation for MOCs and presents specific recommendations on best practices for MOC-WIP document management. Login or Register to access Gateway’s editions of the MOC Best Practices Newsletter.
SharePoint for Management of Change
Facilities in the USA that utilize potentially hazardous material and/or processes are required by law to maintain a formal Management of Change “MOC” process. In most facilities MOC has proven to be a costly and inefficient process. One of the most effective ways to improve the MOC process is to make it electronic. More...
Gateway hosts regular webcasts demonstrating how to use SharePoint for Management of Change. Click here to learn more about the webcasts
SharePoint for Capital Project Process Management
Capital projects benefit from efficient action item tracking and the means to organize all the supporting documentation and drawings. Because capital projects can generate a great deal of documentation, building the solution on SharePoint’s best in class enterprise content management platform is a key advantage in achieving process efficiency.
SharePoint for Incident Investigation
The thorough investigation and analysis of incidents (both actual events and near misses), along with the appropriate follow-up, provides one of the most effective means of improving the safety and reliability of process facilities. More...
Gateway hosts regular webcasts demonstrating how to use SharePoint for Incident Investigation. Click here to learn more about the webcasts