Safe Site Check In Launches Advanced Reporting and Collaboration to Accelerate Construction Job Site Productivity, Ease Compliance and Reinforce Safety
Aligns with U.S. Department of Commerce for Overseas Expansion
SAN FRANCISCO – June 30, 2021 – As strong growth in the construction industry continues and workplaces safely reopen, Safe Site Check In today announced its digital check in, job site safety and productivity app now features advanced reporting and collaboration. Using Safe Site Check In, construction companies save hours of time each week previously spent manually signing into job sites, managing workers and subcontractors, overseeing projects, and reconciling productivity reports and invoices. Workplaces can better manage capacity, vendor visits, and hybrid work schedules using the Safe Site Check In app.
Additionally, as Safe Site expands with new customers in Australia and Canada, the company announced it’s working with the United States Commercial Service arm of the Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration to facilitate rapid overseas growth.
Safe Site Check In launched in June 2020 with a digital check in, health screening, and contact tracing app for the construction industry. Using a QR-code, workers, subcontractors and visitors can easily sign in, verify their identity, and securely answer health questions based on company, state, or federal guidelines.
As businesses saw the post-pandemic benefits of always knowing who is on their jobsite, what they’re doing, where they worked, how long they stayed, and the name of their supervisor or host, Safe Site Check In continued to add new features and functions. These include multi-language support, customized entry and exit questions, and verifying views of compliance and training videos and content.
“Safe Site Check In is a critical safety tool that we’ll continue to use long after the pandemic,” said Kasey Duffy, senior business analyst, Pepper Construction. “It’s simple to use yet offers a powerful way to manage job sites and teams. Knowing who is or was on your job site is vital information for safety, compliance, and liability protection.”
Today, the Safe Site Check In app has supported over one million check-ins at more than 500 construction job sites and offices. Customers include large construction businesses and real estate developers Bond and Toll Brothers, as well as small to medium-sized general contractors (GCs) Premier Structures, Overaa, and Windover.
The latest release of Safe Site Check In features detailed weekly reports containing activities and hours worked by subcontractor, employee and project via daily log automation. This provides GCs, project managers, supervisors, and office administrators with an easier way to manage people, productivity, and profitability while identifying potential issues before they impact the project. Additionally, supervisors can easily upload pictures and videos from a job site, and take advantage of speech-to-text functionality to capture notes while the job is underway. The information and annotations are easily uploaded through a secure cloud for collaboration between the field and office. The information can also be integrated into the weekly productivity reports.
“We started Safe Site Check In during one of 2020’s most challenging times. Our mission was to safely enable critical businesses to stay open without putting employees or visitors at risk of contracting and spreading COVID-19,” said David Ward, CEO and founder, Safe Site Check In. “As customers realized the cost savings of eliminating paper-based check in processes and having a low cost, simple way to manage employees and visitors, our app took off and is now preferred for multiple reasons.”
About Safe Site Check In
Safe Site Check In provides an easy, customizable, and private digital screening solution to ensure the health and safety of employees and visitors onsite. Our technology is used by businesses throughout North America for project and staff management, capacity planning, compliance, health screenings, and contact tracing.