Port Waratah Coal has been receiving, stockpiling, blending and loading coal for export at the Port of Newcastle for over 40 years.
As both an industrial site and an international port, their operations fall under Federal Security Legislation, which means their commitment to safety is not just a company mandate, but also a legal one.
To underscore and strengthen this commitment, contractors working for Port Waratah Coal Services will now be managed in an online Induction and Competency Management System, powered by Pegasus.
The Induction and Competency Management System is a streamlined way for Port Waratah to manage contractor compliance and information in one online location.
In the system, contractors register their workers when their induction is due for renewal, entering information about their work roles and qualifications. Each worker will be able to complete an online induction when theirs is due for renewal, replacing the time-consuming current process.
Pegasus is proud to partner with such an established organisation to improve their current process!
Pegasus Portal enhancements have been scheduled to enable training notifications to be sent to both the administrative user...
“The greatest benefit of working with Pegasus has been the high level of innovation and features available in their packages that aren’t available in other products we have investigated.”
“I’d check Pegasus two to three times a day. It became a single source of truth for workers and safety on the project.”
"Working alone, the data entry was extremely high. I could spend one or two days entering 100 – 200 certs. The system is automatically updated, and I save two full days of work all up - yesterday I was done within 4 hours.”
“The Pegasus platform allows us to standardise the onboarding and induction of contractors nationally, with the robust system underpinning our contractor management process.”
“Pegasus is now used in managing safety, job planning and reviewing the commercial side of things. Pegasus is now integrated with everything we do.”