Inspection of industries is done for a number of reasons including registration and licensing, renewal of licenses, certification of factories and boilers to improve working conditions in factories and securing safety and well-being of industrial workers. With the rising concern for the environment, pollution control bodies are also increasingly scrutinizing industries. Most government inspectors work in multiple industries, such as construction, environmental protection, fire safety, public works. Any aberration found during the inspection can have serious implications for the industry and can even lead to total shut-down and cancellation of license to operate.
Considering the various departments involved in giving different types of clearances and the lack of inter-departmental communication, the scope for overlapping of inspection schedules becomes high. No prior information to inspecting departments and industries can lead to lack of readiness on either end. The industry is rife with complaints about ambiguity, duplication and overlapping mandates between the inspection authorities, mostly attributed to a general lack of cooperation and coordination. The pressing challenge however, becomes on how to gather, manage and analyze data from such a distributed environment and translating the same into it into cost-effective decisions. This is where IT enable digital intervention that is fully-flexible, becomes a vital asset for generating value to all stakeholders.
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