Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated is a global commercial real estate services firm specializing in commercial property and investment management, providing services for real estate owners, occupiers, and investors worldwide. They established JLL in the year of 1999 based in the United Kingdom and it is a Fortune 500 company with annual revenue of $19.4 billion, operations in over 80 countries, and a global workforce of over 98,000 as of December 31, 2021.
JLL wants to develop an e-Permit-to-work software system to replace a paper-based Permit to Work method. This PTW software has key features like isolation management, permit tracker, job hazard analysis, and electronic authorization.
Upon reliance on paperwork to establish permit-to-work procedures, JLL was in search of a digitized PTW solution that would simplify processes and integrate the system for all their plant's systems for all plans.
The permission to work (PTW) system is an important component of a safe work environment. PTW is a structured record-keeping method that is used to organize and implement potential hazards activity. It incorporates involvement from all levels of management and contractors.
The project's productivity has increased at its location because of a considerable reduction in permit cycle time and a transparent system that allows users to track the current status of all permits and related isolations.