Demonstrating competence in safety-critical industries is a key priority amongst business leaders, and the need for a robust solution to manage competence is great. Atlas Knowledge Group worked with industry to develop an effective digital solution to manage competence and minimise risk. In this article, we look at the importance of competence in the petrochemical sector, and how CAMS, our Competence Assurance Management Solution, is able to help.
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At Atlas, our mission is to manage and deliver innovative, learning, compliance and competency solutions, which enhance skills, reduce operational and legislative risks and maximise our customer's business performance.
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