RAM's Permit Compliance System is a framework for building permit compliance systems quickly and cost effectively. If your department inspects construction activities for permit compliance with a need to keep permitting agencies who issued the permit be aware of non-compliance incidents, you will find that the Permit Compliance System makes your job of tracking and maintaining inspection data far more efficient while letting you be ahead of the curve in communicating with all stakeholders.

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The Environmental Monitor's Toolkit, affectionately known as EM Toolkit, is an environmental permit compliance system that allows Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) and Maryland Transportation Authority (MdTA), both modals of Maryland DOT, to have their Project Managers, Agency Reviewers, and Environmental Monitors work in a collaborative, online environment.

  • ¬†Project Managers set up projects and applicable permits, including review frequencies or milestone dates when the Environmental Monitor should review permit conditions.
  • Agency Reviewers have access to daily inspection and/or impact reports and receive notification when significant events occur onsite.
  • Environmental Monitors track issues and inspection events, attach documents, photographs, drawings and way-point files to inspections, and trigger notifications to project stakeholders when appropriate.

When construction project needs demand environmental monitoring, there is no better way to track and report on compliance than EM Toolkit. EM Toolkit provides password-protected access to real time data, allowing team members to see inspection reports immediately and share other environmental information related to projects. Configurable subscription and notification module provides email alerts when permit violations.

 Project managers can assign review frequencies for permit conditions, which are then automatically included in an inspection, ensuring that a condition is reviewed on a regular basis by the Environmental Monitor.