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MaxGrip Real-Time Compliance Management Program

Accurate information is critical for Food & Beverage companies that need and want to demonstrate full compliance with all safety standards and regulations. But while they have access to a wide variety of data and processes, today’s asset managers, asset owners and safety and integrity managers are hampered by a lack of real-time insights into their systems. As a result, they often make decisions based on outdated information.

MaxGrip addresses this problem with a Real-Time Compliance Management Program designed to give Food & Beverage companies greater control over the safety of their people, environment and processes. This industry-leading solution delivers:

  • A comprehensive EAM-integrated dashboard that provides real-time insight into Integrity Management status by connecting all relevant data;
  • A productive and responsive maintenance execution process that enhances safety and ensures consistency across the organization;
  • Visual representation of how your assets relate to all applicable legislation regulations, and of critical regulated assets in daily work order planning;
  • Up-to-date status of compliance or safety-critical work orders;
  • Integrated deviation process to ensure completion of work orders;
  • A comprehensive process for initiating, validating and approving changes in the work on critical assets.


A comprehensive approach with 100% proven compliance

MaxGrip’s Real-time Compliance Management Program is a comprehensive and proven approach that enables 100% compliance at all times. It identifies risks, assures technical integrity, and embeds maintenance work processes in your EAM system. With the MaxGrip Real-Time Compliance Management Program, your asset managers and leaders can rest assured, knowing that the appropriate safety measures are always in place.

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