Intelex Training Specialist Purdal Mya recently visited long-time client Caribbean Utilities Company (CUC) in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, to help the company reimplement a system they had purchased a few years ago but hadn’t been using to its full capabilities.
Purdal (pictured left with CUC employees) spent four days at the company’s main facility working with system administrators to configure the system and to set up user-security based homepages to make the system as user friendly as possible for CUC employees. Purdal also facilitated sessions to educate end users on the system and to train them on how to use it most effectively. Then, using data that employees had been entering in recent years, Purdal was able to create simple metrics for the entire company to see. These reports showed everyone what the system is capable of. Training was also provided for Intelex’s EHS Incident Management solution, which CUC is going to start using in place of the Standard Safety Incidents (SSI) application it had been using until now. The move from SSI to EHS Incident Management will allow the company to track more than safety incidents. Now they can track property, vehicles, and spills.
Upon his return, Purdal said the “training was very beneficial to all attendees as they were unaware of the capabilities of what Intelex could do. Showing them the system, especially the platform features, really excited everyone at the company.”
With help from Intelex Project Manager Yasemin Hassan, CUC is now working towards transitioning from Standard Safety Incidents to the EHS Incident Management and finalizing the company’s Worksite Observation iForm®.
One week after Purdal was in Grand Cayman, CUC EHS and Training Manager Joey Ebanks was in Toronto for business and dropped by the Intelex office to present the company’s success for all Intelex employees. Congratulations to everyone at CUC for a successful implementation!