Maximl and DuPont Sustainable Solutions partner to help a Peruvian Oil & Gas major to implement digital solutions to safeguard their employees at the onset of Coronavirus pandemic.
Presence in Peru
across 4 zones
Developed a contactless system for 1700+ users by transferring all paper and email-based operations to mobile and web applications.
Daily check-ins, COVID updates, sworn statements, and contact logs were established and digitally integrated into the system.
Travel authorizations, being a major part of the company’s functionality, were transformed digitally resulting in increased efficiency.
Multiple dashboards were created to provide a centralized view of the data flowing in from Peru's four operating zones.
The majority of personnel management and authorization procedures were carried out using paper or mail-based methods, which created an impediment when the Coronavirus struck. Because the company was gathering and analysing data through paper procedures, tracking and processing data across the four zones was particularly problematic. With the system in place, obtaining any useful analysis was a struggle.
In the Oil & Gas industry, employees are required to conduct more manual labour and companies are expected to maintain a high level of safety culture to protect them. The organization’s safety policies were not up to the task of dealing with the pandemic, therefore it needed a major upgrade and had to turn to digital solutions to meet the immediate needs of staff working during the pandemic. Due to a reliance on stacks of paper and mails, the customer was unable to track movements between the four zones, resulting in mistakes in their evaluations.
Coronavirus posed new problems that could not have been solved with the client's current system, which was paper-based and depended on mail.
The old system was not digitally advanced enough to track, assign, and evaluate tasks adequately due to new restrictions, working abilities, and changing scenarios the company had to operate under.
As employee safety became a higher priority, the hazards of continuing with paper methods became dangerously high, necessitating a digital transformation.
Inconsistencies in the data being collected and processed across the four operating zones resulted in faulty analysis due to the lack of a centralized system.
Along with our partner, DSS, we designed and deployed digital solutions on Maximl’s Connected Worker Platform to implement enterprise-wide digital safety procedures in accordance with COVID prevention goals.
Digitized Contact Tracking
We set up various digital workflows to monitor employee well-being and establish proactive safety measures across the zones.
- Daily check-ins: Employees filled out a digital checklist every day which consisted of questions to gauge if the employee is at risk from COVID.
- Contact Log: Employees logged the people they personally meet, which is useful to trace the contacts in case of a COVID infection.
COVID Case Management
Digital Travel Authorization
Maximl’s Connected Worker Platform is built to drive adoption among deskless workers and enable Standard Work Implementation on the field. Our low code platform hosts a powerful suite of mobile-first solutions that are customization-friendly and scalable.
Digitize hundreds of rigid paper-based SOPs and covert them into interactive work instructions that can be deployed within weeks.
Trigger corrective actions based on deviations recorded in key metrics.
Conduct digital inspections across the value chain- from industrial assets, workshops, warehouses, to contract partner locations.
Leverage rich analytics to continuously enhance workforce performance with digital implementation of Kaizen, Six Sigma and Lean initiatives.
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