Involved in hazardous operations and other forms of non-routine work? Then you understand the need to implement stringent, work risk controls that go above and beyond safe work protocols for routine jobs. Indeed, statutory requirements in your work jurisdiction are probably pushing you toward taking formalized steps to mitigate the manifold work health and safety risks associated with dangerous jobs.
An essential (and often legally mandated) feature of control of work, the permit to work process represents one of those concrete steps stakeholders can (and should) take to control work deemed potentially hazardous, specifically high-risk operations that fall under the following categories:
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