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Helping Texas Rebuild with 2 months free subscription

Helping Texas Rebuild with 2 months free subscription

This winter’s weather in Texas has done a lot of damage, and at Safe Site Check In, we are thinking of you and we can help! Last thing that businesses and contractors seeking to recover and rebuild need to worry about is their ability to provide a safe and healthy...

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A “Shot” at a Vaccination Policy

A “Shot” at a Vaccination Policy

What is your company’s vaccine policy, now that vaccines are here and the jabs underway? Herein is what we’ve learned reviewing publications following the CDC, EEOC, OSHA and other regulatory entities about vaccination policies. We’re not lawyers but like many...

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Latest Michigan OSHA COVID-19 Emergency Rules

Latest Michigan OSHA COVID-19 Emergency Rules

On October 14, 2020, in response to the recent surge in COVID cases, Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration published emergency rules for all employers in the state. These rules are in effect for six months from that date and with some...

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EScreening vs Paper Screening

EScreening vs Paper Screening

Safe Site Check In escreening is about 8 times less because there’s less time wasted at the site, supervisor time is much reduced, and record keeping is fully automated. Savings in high cost locales will be even greater.

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Construction EScreening Leads to Site Awareness

Construction EScreening Leads to Site Awareness

Leading firm’s have gone digital, using solutions like our industry leading Safe Site Check In to conform with job site health directives. Those firm’s are now nicely positioned to leverage site awareness data for a number of benefits: Managers at their company can now know who is at their job sites in real time.

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Business Contact Tracing Economics

Business Contact Tracing Economics

Because Safe Site Check In data is digital and stored in a database, a business contact tracing report is available at the push of a button. Your savings are 14 times less expensive than paper per incident, and, more importantly, almost instantaneous

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