Keystone, well known for its asset management systems, has added a risk management product to its portfolio. Keystone Risk Management (KRM) focuses on meeting any property risk management need, but is expected to be mainly used for fire risk and legionella monitoring.
Rob Hewes, client relationship manager, Keystone, said, “We are naturally influenced by our customers’ needs, and many of them asked us to produce an integrated solution to meet their risk requirements. They were all well aware that they could buy a stand-alone risk tool, but they felt that it was essential for this discipline to be closely integrated with their asset management activities.”
Jan Maes, technical director, Keystone, said, “As usual, we have developed a product that is highly user-configurable so that our customers can mould it to fit their way of working. All of the risk types, risk categories, scoring algorithms, documents and processes that the product uses can be defined during implementation and enhanced and adapted afterwards to keep pace with changing demands.”
Hewes added, “When a user is on site carrying out a risk assessment, it is vital that they have all of the information required at their fingertips so that they can make a well-informed assessment. KRM provides easy access to relevant information from the asset management, planned maintenance and servicing teams, while keeping track of past risk assessment visits, outcomes and actions, and ensuring that follow-up activities are monitored.”