Burris Logistics Utilizes eMaint X3 to Help Comply with OSHA Process Safety Management Regulations
Before eMaint X3, warehouse maintenance was documented in cumbersome spreadsheets. Key features that Burris required from a CMMS were a centralized database of all parts and equipment, a complete history of worked performed, meter-based preventive maintenance schedules with timed notifications of work due, and labor tracking to help manage overtime. Measuring failure rates of a new fluorescent lighting system was also desired to ensure vendor quality and warranty. Most importantly, Burris needed to comply with OSHA Process Safety Management standards which consist of fourteen elements requiring specific documentation.
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