The Bullion Group is introducing new web-based business management software system at AIMEX 2013.
The Bullion Group will release a web-based software system designed to help small to medium businesses manage their people, plant, processes and procedures on Stand H1055 at AIMEX – Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition, to be held at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park from August 20-23, 2013.
The 4P System has four modules:
- People – for HR management such as employee records, qualifications, inductions and training matrix.
- Plant – for maintenance scheduling, equipment registers and plant compliance management.
- Process – for records management such as incident reports, toolbox meetings, audits and inspections.
- Procedures – for quality management of policies, procedures and forms.
The next module, Plant, is in testing and expected to be released by the end of 2013.
“The licence for the software system is very affordable, with users able to purchase an annual licence for just the modules they require,” Bickford said.
Mackay-based TBG, specialising in workplace OHS and project management across Australia, engaged a software architect to develop the 4P System after its business had grown to the point where issues developed with the management of staff training.
“Employees’ qualifications/inductions were expiring and we didn’t have an easy way to keep track of them.”
For example, Bickford said, the system issues notifications prior to the expiry of qualifications, so businesses can be certain all staff qualifications are up-to-date. It can also generate a training matrix as evidence of compliance and a training gap analysis.