Safe Site Check In has announced new features for jobsite monitoring and tracking. Using the new Jobsite Observations feature, supervisors, workers, subcontractors and visitors can include notes, photos, videos and attachments to document jobsite conditions and progress. This provides contractors and project owners with real-time updates for project management, forecasting and planning. Additionally, Safe Site Check In’s observations and automated daily log information can be added to construction project management platforms including Procore Daily Log Notes. This way, general contractors can view the progress of each job, resulting in cost savings of approximately $2.50 per check in.
Using the QR-code check in app, it is possible for project managers to know who was on site, what they did and when they signed in and out of the jobsite. Through the private check-in process, workers can also verify certifications, licenses and vaccinations, as well as sign waivers and document training. This information can be used to support admin and compliance or protect workers and general contractors in the event of an accident. Additionally, the daily check in data can be used to automatically fill out the daily report.
“We continue to evolve the Safe Site Check In platform based on customer feedback and our own analysis of how to accelerate construction’s digital transformation,” said David Ward, CEO of Safe Site Check In. “With these new observations and further integration with Procore, we’re confident Safe Site Check In will become as ubiquitous as hammers on jobsites.”