to paper logs!
Electronic Logbook Software is Here
Eliminate paperwork and all of the clutter. LogBook is a better way to record shift notes, events, and inspections, digitally.
and all of the clutter!
with digital logbooks!
A better way to record
events, notes, and
No special equipment needed. LogBook is securely hosted in the cloud.
EASY TO USE
Get Started in minutes. Make it your own with personalized templates.
Ironclad. LogBook is trusted by globally known companies.
LogBook is the perfect solution for managing shift work. Our cloud based system is much simpler to implement than bloated software packages that are too complicated to use. It has all of the tools that you need to make paper logs and spreadsheets a thing of the past.
Communication between shifts is vitally important. LogBook facilitates seamless communication, and it provides real-time access to supervisors and managers from anywhere in the world. Our system hits the sweet spot by providing all of the features that you need to operate your facility efficiently while maintaining a simple user interface.
The compliance burden on power generation and manufacturing facilities increases continually. Establishing a standard for consistent log entries throughout your organization ensures that you are ready when it is time for an audit or an inspection.
LogBook enables you to establish standard shift-turnover processes. This ensures that you have a documented chain of responsibility and that key operational details are reviewed by each new worker as they assume responsibility.
Curious? Let’s walk through LogBook and see if it is right for you. We are helping large and small operations create greater efficiencies and reduce risk with this easy to use system. Schedule your demo today.
We heard this exact quote from a manager that contacted us about a significant operation for which he was responsible. For many, paper logbooks continue to be in use, even in large and important operations. Others have made a small, incremental improvement by using...
One question we get from time to time has to do with automating entries in operational logbooks. “Can we?”, is the first question we get. The answer to that is a simple and straightforward, “yes.” A tougher question is, “Should we?” To answer the question about...