Software PRL

Proactive solutions for the prevention of occupational risks.

CTGA Gestión de Incidencias

The Occupational Risk Prevention regulations (Law 31/1995 and 54/2003) introduced the employer's obligation to evaluate the risks derived from work in order to establish the necessary safety measures that guarantee the health of workers by reducing unwanted rates of accidents at work. To this end we have developed a computer program that manages the incidents that occur in the Work Centre, which will allow you to identify areas for possible improvement, with the aim of reducing the number of accidents and incidents through the application of preventive measures.


Web application available from anywhere, 24 hours, 365 days a year.

Real-time information system.

Definition of work quadrants.

Incident Management.

Register of Interim Solutions.

Application of preventive/corrective measures.

Follow-up of Accidents and Incidents.

Statistical Analysis.

Register of periodic atmospheric measurements.

Communication of sanctions to Contractors.


Quick identification of possible areas for improvement, with direct impact on accident rates.

Planning of incompatible activities in the same environment, such as welding and painting.

Tool to support ISO and OHSAS compliance.

Implication of Contracts and Subcontracts in compliance with safety regulations.

Asset Management - Machinery Maintenance

Machinery is an essential part of industrial production, its proper functioning has a direct impact on product quality, occupational safety and profitability of the company. This is achieved through the implementation of a correct maintenance policy, establishing and defining the equipment, machinery and activities to be carried out in the plant. CTGA ASSETS provides you with the capacity to manage each of the facets of maintenance.


Web application available from anywhere, 24 hours, 365 days a year.

Planning dates and maintenance tasks.

Design of checklists.

Tracking of work parts.

Review History.

Results Report.


Predictive maintenance: scheduled and planned based on analysis, sampling and recording of variables.

Preventive maintenance: performed on equipment or facilities in order to keep them in operating condition. It allows to detect faults and defects.

Corrective maintenance: corrects defects observed in equipment or installations.

CTGA ONBOARD - Access Control Portable Arch

Device for controlling access to restricted areas, aimed at preventing occupational hazards and controlling working hours.


Counting people: with long-distance display.

Identifies workers via access control card (TAG).

Records all inbound/outbound movements.

Integration with "CTGA RECINTOS".

Control aisle.

Built-in CCTV.

Acoustic/luminous beacons programmed to display different events/alarms, e.g. access by unauthorized personnel.


Easy installation.


Identification of the number of persons within the enclosure for verification in case of evacuation.

Complete information on the workers who are in the enclosure at any given time.

Detail of hours of presence in the controlled enclosure.

Own engineering.

High reading speed: avoids agglomerations and waiting times.

Information available in real time.

Alert in case of access by unauthorized personnel.

Passing through the arc without having to stop or show the TAG.

CTGA Formación

The training of a company's human resources is one of the key factors for improving its performance. The increase in productivity and quality in your individual activities have a direct impact on the daily functioning of the company in its capacity for development.
A Training Plan is a document prepared by the management of the company in order to ensure the training of your staff for a specified period. The Plan forms part of the company's strategy and must include the training needs identified, the training actions to be carried out, the budget, the expected results and how the degree of achievement of these will be evaluated after its application.
In large companies, the creation of a training calendar becomes a complicated task, due to the high number of human resources and the wide range of factors that must be taken into account in planning. The difficulty persists during the coordination and control of training actions, due to the large volume of information to be handled.


Planning: the computerized analysis of the different possibilities allows to design calendars more adapted to the work quadrants.

Availability of information: The centralized structuring and recording of data facilitates the query of the information needed for training management, almost immediately.

Tracking: The automatic calculation of the most relevant indicators allows training managers to evaluate the effectiveness of the training plan in a simple way.

Automated communications: all changes in planning are systematically notified to the affected parties. In addition, it is possible to interconnect the information system with different data sources that prevent manual digitization.

Continuity: the definition of periodic training actions to refresh your knowledge allows you to keep your staff prepared for the execution of your tasks. This advantage is especially important for groups such as security forces or emergency management.


Web application available from anywhere, 24 hours, 365 days a year.

Board of command that shows the global vision of the situation of the company in formative matter.

Definition of training itineraries for each job.

Management of priorities within each route.

Control of periodic training actions.

Planning of training activities.

Control of attendance and effectiveness of training.

Employees' access to your personal page within the application.

Monitoring of the budget dedicated to training actions.