Making the ROI case for digitalising risk assessment and method statement processes in the construction and engineering industries
Across industries, digital technologies present an opportunity to work smarter. You save time and gain convenience, capturing more relevant data whilst improving the ability to share information. The creation and distribution of risk assessments and method statements (RAMS) is a task in construction that’s ripe for digitalisation. It’s characterised by time-consuming, inconsistent and, usually, paper-based practices for most businesses.
Despite operational and reputational benefits of digitalising RAMS, many businesses don't make the switch because they cannot determine a clear return on investment (ROI). Here, we look at how digital RAMS can deliver you a ROI. We offer a model to help you build a compelling business case for making the switch to digital RAMS and, specifically, HandsHQ.
We discuss the transition of moving your paper-based process to a digitalised process that uses digital RAMS.
We explore how you can demonstrate ROI with the following opportunities, the ability to save time, receive fewer rejections, digital signing, centralised storage, improved customer satisfaction.
We show you how to calculate your return on investment in a comprehensive way.