Digital Permit to Dig

Digital Permit to Dig

VISLOCK is an innovative digital permit to dig process platform, designed and developed by Vision Survey, that offers an alternative to the traditional paper permit to dig system. Vislock focuses on locking down the permit to dig process with full transparency in relation to allocated roles and responsibilities. This allows the system to be maintained and policed with a simple but smart workflow.

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What are our goals?

1

Stop death & injuries

Vislock’s goal is to improve the current process and eliminate confusion so that all permits to dig issued have been risk managed to reduce any incidents.

2

Reduce service strikes

Vislock’s goal is to make sure all relevant permit to dig documents are in one place and correct, to allow work gangs the best chance of knowing what service are in the ground and how to work around them.

3

Help the Environment

Vislock’s goal is to make sure that the traditional paper permit to dig system is phased out, and replaced with a paperless system, to do our bit for the environment and our future generation.

Our Digital Platform

Our Digital Platform
Process Lock Down

Process Lock Down

By having a lockdown process your appointed manager will have full control of the process and will lock it down if the correct documentation is not in place.

Cloud Base

Cloud Base

Vislock uses a cloud base network, so you can see your authorized permits to dig go live, with all of the associated documentation and briefing at a touch of a button.

Full Communication

Full Communication

Communication is essential within the platform and by having full transparency of the process for key staff members within the system allows real time updates.

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What does Vislock do?

Oversee the process

Oversee the process

Vislock’s operating platform allows the appointed manager to oversee all aspects of the process,  be it GPS tracking or seeing permits go live with associated photos and real time reporting.

Enforce the process

Enforce the process

At each stage of the permit to dig process there is an authorization requirement which includes the correct documentation and on-site signatures. If you are not appointed or authorized as part of the process and briefing, Vislock will lock the system down until the correct information is provided.

Drive a safety best practice culture

Drive a safety best practice culture

A safety culture is developed by repeating a best practice working process and making sure there is a standard that everyone within the system follows. Vislock drives this standard with it’s new digital system and enforces the culture through repetition.