About Sage Technology

Sage Technology has been Australia’s leading electronic permit to work software developer since 1998. Our award-winning safe work systems have led the way, creating several industry firsts that have been replicated around the world.

Our safe work systems bring safety, efficiency and accountability to thousands of job sites across the globe in industries including mining, power, coal, manufacturing, oil, gas, paper, water and services industries.

The Sage Technology team is comprised of technology specialists, project managers and customer service professionals who empower our clients to have safer work places. We partner with companies that share our values and complement and extend what we do.

Our leadership team has a strong history in industrial processes, technology change management, engineering and software development and continues to deliver innovation in safe work systems.

Sage Technology is proudly Australian owned and operated.

News

ePTW Conference set for October

The Sage Technology 2015 Work Smarter. Work Safer. Conference will be held on October 6 & 7 at the Hilton Hotel in Brisbane and will see Australia’s leading ePTW specialists coming together for two days of sharing and learning. More...

Topics on this year’s agenda include:
- Smart PPE – the latest innovation in wearable safety
- Sage Cloud – can the Cloud deliver your ePTW
- SageSURPASS – the latest updates and developments
- How has ePTW made a difference in other industries?

Registrations will open in July. Less...

SAGE TECHNOLOGY AND ENERGY GIANT ANNOUNCE DEAL

Sage Technology has secured a deal with AGL Energy to implement electronic safe work systems across five sites in its gas portfolio that supply gas services to 1.4 million customers. More...

SageSURPASS will be rolled-out at multiples sites across NSW and Queensland including Newcastle, Camden, Silver Spring, Wallumbilla and Gloucester. AGL is Australia’s second oldest company and the country’s largest owner, operator and developer of renewable generation assets.

SageSURPASS will assist AGL Energy to more safely and efficiently manage its permit to work requests, isolations and risk assessment­ activities.

Sage Technology’s award-winning SageSURPASS system, is already in use at sites in AGL’s energy portfolio and is used by almost 8,000 people around the world in industries including oil and gas, mining, minerals production, power generation and manufacturing. Less...

PERMIT TO WORK GETS EASIER WITH LATEST SOFTWARE RELEASE

Sage Technology, Australia’s most established electronic safe work systems company, has released the latest version of its permit to work software – SageSURPASS. More...

Version 3.0 is a user interface and technology refresh that brings SageSURPASS up to date with current environments, and features a fully responsive design that works on any desktop, laptop or tablet device. The facelift comes following a usability expert review that has seen the latest industry best-practice features now incorporated into SageSURPASS.

The new version enables users to access full functionality from wherever they are. Users can isolate, verify and restore plant, as well as check on the status of a job without having to return to the permit office.

A full copy of the 3.0 release notes is available for SageSURPASS customers from the Sage Technology FTP site. Less...

INDUSTRY SPECIALISTS UNITE FOR NATIONAL EPTW TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE

Sage Technology recently held its annual 2014 ePTW and SSoW conference in two locations across Australia, bringing together isolation management and permit management specialists from mining, power, oil and gas, manufacturing, rail and utilities sectors. More... 

The events, held in regional Victoria and Perth, showcased the latest developments in ePTW and The Cloud, mobile applications for permit to work systems, geo-located permitting and 3-D simulation. There was a strong focus on real experiences from companies who have used ePTW for successful shutdown management, improved on-site work place safety and increased productivity. Less...

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