Sage Technology will demonstrate a prototype mobilised version of its internationally successful Permit Administration System (PAS) on stand 2033 during the 2006 Queensland Mining & Engineering Exhibition (QME) from 25 to 27 July at the Mackay Showgrounds.
PAS is a permit to work system used to provide a safer working environment at complex industrial sites such as NRG Gladstone, Loy Yang Power and TRUenergy Yallourn. In it is embedded a world's best practice process to administer permits to work and plant isolations including lockout and tag out management.
A prototype of the mobilised version, mPAS, will be demonstrated on Sage’s stand at QME. Built on the Dexterra platform, mPAS allows maintenance workers to use handheld devices such as PDAs or tablets to verify tags, de-isolate and restore plant in the field.
Sage , which is participating in the MESCA pavilion at QME, will also showcase PAS and its broader suite of mobility solutions.