ITRAK 365 for the Forestry & Paper Industry

ITRAK 365 is the most scalable and adaptable QHSE software solution for Forestry & Paper Manufacturing

  • Facilitates Environmental Incident Reporting and provides visibility on the terrain stability, water quality and soil and wildlife management

  • Enables Log & Timber Quality Control to ensure the final product meets grade standards

  • Captures data relating to Road Construction Quality to ensure the integrity and usability of roads

  • Facilitates Safety Equipment and Saw Dust Inspections to capture potential hazards and guide corrective actions

ITRAK 365 Capabilities for the Forestry & Paper Industry

ITRAK's 365 tight integration with Microsoft Dynamics 365, Power BI and Azure, allows forestry & paper manufacturing companies to leverage the power and scalability that comes with the Microsoft stack like no other software can. Our solution allows forestry companies of any size, to customize the software to their ever-changing workflows, enabling them to be more agile and responsive to operational risks. ITRAK 365 comes with a suite of  components and customizable workflows to pro-actively manage  safety and environmental process such as; environmental incident reporting, water and soil quality inspections, worker competency assesments and much more.


ITRAK 365 is the leading QHSE solution built with the rich functionality your business needs. Here are just a few of the capabilities ITRAK 365 can bring to your forestry & paper manufacturing business.

Forestry & Paper Manufacturing Clients


Featured Clients

ITRAK 365 supports various Forestry & Paper Manufacturing companies. Here's just a few of our featured clients

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ITRAK 365 Benefits for Forestry & Paper Manufacturers

Forestry & paper companies that invest in ITRAK 365, not only mitigate operational safety risks, but also see benefits in the following areas as earlier as the first year of implementation:

More streamlined QHSE processes resulting in higher productivity

Improve tracking of QHSE risks resulting in higher employee accountability

Reduction in workplace accidents, injuries and fatalities resulting in increased job satisfaction

More successful safety audits resulting in a reduction in penalties and legal action

Improved reputation among investors, customers and communities

A more robust health and safety culture

How QHSE Technology Is Supporting The Forestry & Paper Manufacturing Industries

Forestry plays an essential role in the global economy, providing a massive source of income and employment in virtually any part of the world with significant forestry resources.
Forestry is dangerous, arduous work, currently ranking as one of the world’s most dangerous sectors to work in. Logging is physically demanding work, deals with heavy equipment, and most often takes place in remote outdoor locations far from proper medical aid. The vast majority of fatal and major injuries in forestry stem from the use of heavy equipment, machinery, chainsaws, and the momentum of falling or rolling trees.

With such a high injury and fatality rate, safety has become a major concern within the industry. For companies in logging, timber manufacturing, or pulp and paper, it has become absolutely paramount that they exercise proper due diligence when it comes to all aspects of QHSE and operations management. Compliance and QHSE managers in the forestry & paper manufacturing industries must stay vigilant and strive to make health and safety a top priority. As health and safety regulations become increasingly stringent, it will become more and more difficult for QHSE managers to ensure that their organization complies with its health and safety obligations under the law.

Forest industries worldwide, spurred by the alarmingly high injury and fatality rates, have made large strides in adapting and improving their QHSE processes and technologies, integrating safety into every facet of their operations. Logging is becoming safer now than in the past, thanks to safer equipment, technologies, and more effective health and safety training programs and initiatives. Increasingly, the industry itself is adopting practices that help better regulate health and safety on worksites, with the implementation of initiatives to improve worksite safety, including random drug testing, on-site safety training, and reviews of codes of practice.

Injuries have begun to decline within the forestry sector, and this is partly due to the industry’s increasing reliance on utilizing QHSE technology to support and automate a wide variety of health and safety processes.

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