Supported Operating System(s):Mac OS, Linux, Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 10
Workaware is an online and offline-capable cloud-based safety program and operations management software with desktop and mobile functionality. It gives you the ability to create personnel and asset profiles, track training, inspections, maintenance, incidents, and productivity using dynamic digital forms or static documentation, while at the same time tracking their locations in real-time from any device using a comprehensive mapping and tracking system.
Workaware will eliminate paper while saving your team time and making them safer in the office or in the field.
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Matthew from RCS Energy Services
Company Size: 11-50 employees
Industry: Oil & Energy
Time Used: More than 2 years
Review Source: Capterra
Value for money
Workaware - Years in
Anything that was on paper is now digitized, not lost in one of the trucks. There is no longer any administration lag time (hand it in, scan it, put it on the correct drive, notify those that need to see it) along with the associated cost of that administration. Everybody that needs notification of an event gets it automatically. As they keep building more, we keep moving more over. Our use predates them creating modules for journey management, asset management, and geospatial planning, but when something new comes out we have a meeting and sort out a way that the new utility can impact our operations. I really don't think they have two customers that use it the exact same way.
We don't just use it for safety and risk mitigation documentation. Because the system uses PDF templates we can use it for environmental, HR, basically anything that was on a clipboard filled out with a pen is now on my smartphone, tablet, or desktop. The fact that Journey Management/Lone Worker compliance is included (we used to need another solution for that as well) makes it an even better value.
This is getting nit picky, but the look and feel of it needs a bit of an refresh. Having said this, they have been asking a lot of questions about that topic so I have a feeling 4.0 is in the works.