Large Animal Rendering plant adopts Pisys Permit to Work system

John Pointon and sons provide waste disposal, recycling and environmental solutions for animal by-products and food waste. We’re proud to welcome them as the latest users of our Permit to Work system – read about their experience here.

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'The Pisys Simulator has paid for itself 10x already'

Malcolm Clark, Simulator Training Lead, Peterhead Power Station

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'Our users love the Pisys system because it fits the way they work'

Mike Forrest, UK Head of Process and Safety Engineering, Wood

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Pisys want to make complicated and critical systems much easier to use We specialise in the creation and delivery of specialist technology products for Control room simulation, Integrity management and Action Tracking. Our experience of technology development for the most hostile of environments on the planet has also placed us in a unique position to assist companies who require effective high-tech solutions to complex problems in any industry.

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Pisys selected by PhysioMedics for creation of revolutionary online triage system

We're delighted to be working with the PhysioMedics team - in this short video CEO Kirsten Lord describes her experience of working with our product specialists.

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Dr Alastair Cozens talks about his experience of working with Pisys

Dr Cozens is the CEO of SILCK Clinical Solutions - A Scottish company developing a radical new way of looking at clinical data. Pisys have been working with Alastair for a number of years and he kindly gave us an interview

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Paying it forward

      As we we plan our response to the miracle of our company reaching its 30th year we decided that we'd try to set some criteria - it's a big thing for us and it  needs to be thoughtfully approached ! We want to give something back to the City - Aberdeen has been good to us and hopefully we've been good for the city over our lifetime. We also want whatever we do to have a ...

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1988 highlights

1988 was an interesting year - here's a few of the highlights February 3 – Nurses throughout the UK strike for higher pay and more cash for the National Health Service 4 – Nearly 7,000 ferry workers go on strike in Britain, paralysing the nation’s seaports 5 – The first BBC Red Nose Day raises £15 million for charity 16 – Thousands of nurses and co-workers form picket lines outside British hospitals as they go on strike in protest ...

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