Online platform streamlines mine’s operational requirements

September 8th, 2019, Published in Articles: PositionIT

Anglo American Platinum’s Mogalakwena Complex near Mokopane in Limpopo province, the world’s largest open-pit platinum mine, has deployed numerous business improvement initiatives over the years to reduce costs to among the lowest in the world. One successful initiative is Mogalakwena’s partnership with Passport 360, which it adopted in June 2015 to streamline the onboarding process of new contractors, and ensuring compliance with health and safety regulations. The solution’s cloud-based platform allows organisations to optimise their administration, health and safety, procurement, and compliance requirements in an integrated online environment. The main aim of platform is to improve overall organisational efficiency from the moment the first contractor is engaged, all the way to the end of the project lifecycle. Clients include leading blue-chip companies such as WBHO, Concor, Anglo American, De Beers, and Thyssenkrupp. It lets companies track their training and medical expiry dates. They can also upload equipment and link them to an individual, and pull extensive reports and maintain compliance. The section called Vendor Match further offers the option of searching for employees when there are any vacancies.

Contact Siobahn Whitehead, Passport 360, info@passport360.co.za

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