Operating instructions

With the Quentic Health & Safety software module

To educate your team about workplace hazards and safe behavior, clear operating instructions are vitally important. Quentic makes it fast and simple to produce these documents and keep them up-to-date. Just add your instructions and images, and our software automatically generates the final document in a standardized format.

With Quentic, operating instructions have never been easier.

Define your scope

  • Create operating instructions for various activities, departments, and equipment
  • Classify different types of instructions
  • Save time with pre-populated templates
  • Identify risks to people and the environment
  • Explain protective measures in a clear and logical way
  • Include information on disturbances, maintenance, and first aid
  • Create legally compliant text and diagrams

Give your instructions

Publish and distribute

  • At the push of a button, your instructions are ready for the bulletin board (or distribution elsewhere)
  • Get the message across with standardized, clearly arranged layouts
  • Your employees can access the relevant instructions directly in their personal overview
  • Set automatic reminders to update your instructions at fixed intervals
  • Conduct open, transparent reviews of your instructions
  • Ensure that your instructions remain current
  • Keep track of your document history with version control

Update frequently


Save time with templates

There’s no need to repeat yourself. Templates let you create multiple versions of your operating instructions quickly and easily. You can customize your templates and share them with colleagues. As soon as you update something, Quentic can export your changes to everyone who's using the template.

Need operating instructions for hazardous materials?

Check out the Hazardous Materials software module.

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“Quentic made it easy to directly involve external reviewers. After receiving access rights, they could immediately enter the risk assessments resulting from the on-site inspection, into our system. Everyone was working toward the same goal at the same time.”

Stefan Stengel, HSE Expert, ENGIE Deutschland