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CRMgr - Achieve PHSMA Compliance

CRMgr: How to Achieve PHMSA Compliance with POEMS Tools

CRMgr is a control room electronic logbook and shift handover tool that ensures operators are in compliance with the reporting requirements of 49 CFR 192.631 and 195.445.

The cornerstone of CRMgr is a structured methodology for shift handover in full compliance with the latest CRM requirements and API 1168, Pipeline Control Room Management. Controllers select the controlled areas in their area of responsibility when starting their shift and also have the ability to properly document temporary relief of another controlled area.

Key Benefits of CRMgr

Intuitive design. Easy to understand and requires minimal training.

User-configured menus. Saves time and ensures consistent log entries.

Structured shift handover process. Ensures efficient and accurate communication.

Automated shift handover reports. Consistent data readily available.

PHMSA compliant. Simplifies inspections.

Fast search. Easily locates specific data or trends in log entries.


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Russel Treat

Russel Treat is an industry leader, software entrepreneur, podcaster, and trusted subject matter expert specializing in oil and gas pipeline operations, custody transfer measurement, leak detection, and automation. Russel’s extensive knowledge of pipeline and control room operations gained over 30 years of projects led to the creation of a complete software suite known as POEMS ™ (Pipeline Operations Excellence Management System) delivered through EnerSys Corporation.

As CEO of EnerSys, Russel is committed to delivering the highest value to pipeline operators by addressing their greatest needs and concerns, especially operational efficiency, safety and government regulation.

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