e-permits finds a natural home in Canary Wharf having been conceived there in 2002 during a
major construction project.
Having seen how e-permits controls contractor activity at their Head Office (8 Canada Square), HSBC extended the scope of e-permits to encompass their critical buildings in the UK.
80 Strand, formerly Shell-Mex House, is the latest London landmark to use e-permits to control contractor activity and ensure the safety of the engineers and its occupiers.
J.P. Morgan introduced e-permits at its busy headquarters at 25 Bank Street on Canary Wharf, to tighten control of contractors and reduce risks.
Profound Impact over the Last Five Years
Safety Initiative of the Year
Best Safety Innovation
Health and Safety Initiative
Product Innovation Award
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