Resolved: Access to CIS and OHSIS

ACCESS TO BOTH the Construction Information Service (CIS) and the Occupational Health and Safety Information Service (OHSIS) has been reinstated following the loss of authenticated access reported on Monday.

Access to these services is now through different modules of the new IHS Markit platform (part of S&P Global).

The library is working with both Digital Technologies and the technical team at S&P Global to reinstate authenticated access to the service using the university’s Single Sign-on framework.

In the meantime, access is once again available by means of an individual account registration (associated with an NTU staff or student email address).

Illustrated guides to the registration process have been added to the Find Databases listing for CIS and OHSIS – along with the dedicated new registration link.

Access to CIS (Construction Information Service) Database currently unavailable

Attempts from NTU users to access CIS (Construction Information Service) are currenty resulting in an error message.

We are working with the service provider to resolve this issue as soon as possible.

Elsevier off-campus access issues

Attempts to log into Elsevier resources from off-campus, such as Science Direct and Scopus, are resulting in an error page.

On campus access remains unaffected.

Science Direct error page after attempted sign in.

We are working with the Elsevier helpdesk to try and resolve this issue.