Damstra Holdings Limited has announced the signing of a three-year agreement, plus two one-year options, with New Hope Corporation Limited to impement its new Enterprise Protection Platform (EPP).
The agreement, which has an estimated contract value of A$1.2 million ($769,255) includes workforce management covering employees and contractors as well as our solution enabling modules of forms, workflows and learning. This will cover all its mine sites, port facilities and agricultural operations.
Damstra says the agreement allows for the adoption of its hardware and access control solutions as required.
Damstra Chief Executive Offices, Christian Damstra, said: “We are delighted to have signed this agreement with the New Hope Group, a long established Australian energy company. This agreement further demonstrates how clients perceive and are adopting our EPP offering.”
Damstra’s EPP is designed to enhance automation of security, health and safety, training, and contractor management across a mining company’s entire operations.
New Hope currently has two open-cut coal mines, one in the Darling Downs and one in the Hunter Valley: New Acland, north of Oakey in Queensland, and Bengalla (pictured), west of Newcastle in New South Wales.