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Integrating Safe Site Check In with Procore Is Easy

When Safe Site Check In first launched in June 2020, there was a huge demand among construction companies to integrate digital check in data with the Procore project management platform. As Safe Site Check In evolved into a jobsite management platform, we made it easy...

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Digital Transformation Can Improve Safety, Boost Productivity

Digital Transformation Can Improve Safety, Boost Productivity

Digital transformation is changing construction. In a recent survey conducted by the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) and Safe Site Check In, 71% of construction companies today have made digital transformation a priority. One of the primary...

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The Importance of Always Knowing Who’s On Your Job Site

The Importance of Always Knowing Who’s On Your Job Site

At the beginning of the pandemic, the construction industry quickly realized that face-to-face health screenings and paper record keeping was not the most efficient process. Besides being time consuming and increasing the potential for transmission of COVID-19, it...

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Digital Check-In for Events and Meetings of Every Size

Digital Check-In for Events and Meetings of Every Size

Safe Site Check In Is Your Digital Check-In Solution Safe Site Check In is the digital check-in app of choice for planners hosting events of every size. This includes exclusive event space L’Cheriyve Studios in Southern California, the private, members-only Olympic...

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New Vaccination Mandate: How Your Business Can Prepare

New Vaccination Mandate: How Your Business Can Prepare

Now that the Biden Administration has announced a January 4th date for federal employees to get fully vaccinated, there is a lot of scrambling to implement vaccination screening systems across jobsites and offices. “Federal executive branch employees must be fully...

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How Employers Can Avoid Substantial COVID-19 OSHA Fines

How Employers Can Avoid Substantial COVID-19 OSHA Fines

OSHA Committing To Hefty Fines For Violations In 2020, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) assessed over $3.8 million in fines for COVID-19 violations in the workplace. The majority of these fines were related to recordkeeping, reporting, and...

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