Shift Schedule Automation for Your Oil, Gas & Chemical Facility
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Workforce Management Challenges in the Oil, Gas & Chemical Industry
Fatigue affects 54% of shift employees, and on-the-job fatalities are 7x higher than other industries in the US. To address this, the American Petroleum Institute (API) has implemented Recommended Practice 755 (RP 755) to limit hours and days of work. This means that Operations executives have to handle the dichotomy of operating within regulations while still minimizing costs
Compounding the burnout problem is the skills gap, particularly among critical engineering roles. Scheduling an already lacking labor pool within the confines of shift regulations on paper or spreadsheets increases the likelihood of accidentally overscheduling employees.
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Average OT of 5 hours per week with excess OT that can lead to injury
Severe injury rates remain high among oil, gas and chemical workers
Oil, Gas and Chemical organizations follow Fatigue Management regulations and reporting requirements
Since 2012, more than 1,100 investigations of oil and gas industry employers have recovered more than $40 million for more than 29,000 workers nationally.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hours Division
How Automated Scheduling Helps the Oil, Gas & Chemical Industry
Allow your oil and gas sites to operate efficiently and confidently while mitigating concern and exposure to accidents, injuries, negligence, lawsuits, and fines
Save time manually calculating and keeping track of rules and regulations, reducing the risk of errors
Eliminate excess labor costs that arise from violation fines, over or understaffing, and distributing unnecessary overtime
Streamline annual reporting requirements and promote worker safety