We deploy innovative technologies and best techniques to deliver accurate, human factored content to workers in any format, on any device enabling each worker to perform flawlessly and safely every time.
ATR helps solve procedure problems with a robust enterprise-wide digital procedure lifecycle platform called SmartProcedures. SmartProcedures changes how high-risk, highly regulated companies create, manage, and use procedures. In the process, it ensures high quality digital procedures, maximizing worker efficiency, and safety.
This premier Digital Lifecycle Management system brings expertise specific to procedure digitization, change/approval, storage & training and use on mobile devices. It helps eliminate procedure formatting, enforces procedure structure, and maximizes worker safety.
Increase your productivity with digitized, mobilized and personalized procedures!
Frustrated with your current process for creating, editing, and managing procedures?
Learn more about how SmartProcedures can streamline procedure administration and lower operational risks by watching this short video.
Global procedure changes, reviews and approvals, role-based management, and audit reportsLearn more
View procedures in a step-by-step format, view graphics, videos, and track learner performanceLearn more
Provide writers with advanced risk-based analysis for better and safer proceduresLearn more
Content that auto-adjusts for the specific device or user need.
It's that simple
SmartProcedures advanced XML-based technologies guarantees consistency across proceduresLearn more
Discover innovative tools to get work done that solve common challenges faced by industries.
Does Your Organization Follow a Procedure Use and Adherence Policy?
Procedure use and adherence comes up often with potential customers when discussing ways procedure programs are managed. Many do not know what a use and adherence policy is, much less if their organization has one. Sometimes leaders will verify their organization has one, but no one has read it.
Procedure Program Operational EXCELLENCE
The state of procedures in the process manufacturing industry is poor compared to other industries such as nuclear and aerospace. There are many reasons for this, but the root cause mostly stems from an industry that is satisfied with minimal compliance of process safety management regulations rather than an obsession for operational excellence. Human reliability and the limitations of paper-based technology vs the availability of digital technologies are other key factors.