Accountability & Handovers – iHandover talks to Kevin Burt

“In a business you just cannot have unreliable management systems, processes and information, output of plans, and you cannot have unreliable people either. Reliability is essential to produce quality handovers”     Kevin Burt Project Management and Consulting is the speciality of today’s “Ask...

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Introducing RelayWorks

iHandover introduces a monthly payment version of their handover software so customers can set-up safe and professional handovers with no long-term obligation. Companies on four different continents with continuous operations are welcoming this new technology which increases productivity and reduce risks....

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Workplace Safety: iHandover and Business News, WA

Identifying Workplace Safety Risks Today’s Business News, Western Australia (WA) carries an in-depth article, which examines how integrating up-to-date research and modern technology solutions from iHandover can help reduce workplace fatalities. Analysing and contrasting fatality data from key sectors such as forestry,...

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ASK THE EXPERT – Maintenance and Reliability – With Robert Smith

Maintenance and Training in the Mining Industry Maintenance & Reliability Superintendent and Trainer Robert Smith has an impressive 35 years’ worth of experience in his field. Over the years, he has worked in Australia, the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Mali and Egypt. His...

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iHandover Completes Latest Round of Funding

iHandover, the company setting new standards in SaaS based knowledge transfer solutions, today announced that it has successfully completed its next round of funding. As part of the funding the company also announced that April Harbottle and Dr Vitaliy Smirnov will...

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Systems of Knowledge Transfer – Make the right choice

The following is an extract from our exclusive White Paper  in which we examine attitudes to Knowledge Loss in the commodities sector. Are organisations doing enough to capture key operational knowledge and subsequently put themselves in a stronger position for when...

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Should you link leaving and onboarding?

When you think about leaving and onboarding we’re willing to bet that you think of them in complete isolation? And with good reason. Leaving is about putting the breaks on, and hopefully coming to a gentle stop. Onboarding is about getting...

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The Commodities Sector – Sleepwalking into problems

The following is an extract from our exclusive White Paper in which we examine attitudes to Knowledge Loss in the commodities sector. Are organisations doing enough to capture key operational knowledge and subsequently put themselves in a stronger position for when...

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Knowledge Loss – More than a person leaves

The following is an extract from our exclusive White Paper in which we examine attitudes to Knowledge Loss in the commodities sector. Are organisations doing enough to capture key operational knowledge and subsequently put themselves in a stronger position for when...

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The commodities sector – It’s not business as usual

The following is an extract from our exclusive White Paper in which we examine attitudes to Knowledge Loss in the commodities sector. Are organisations doing enough to capture key operational knowledge and subsequently put themselves in a stronger position for when...

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Catching the boomerang

What does the modern workforce and a scary boomerang have in common..?   If you have ever watched the film Mad Max 2 you will be instantly familiar with the Feral Kid. Stuck in the apocalyptic wasteland with the rest of...

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