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Why Jobsite Data Matters

Why Jobsite Data Matters

The January 2023 issue of Construction Business Owner highlights the importance of tapping into jobsite data to better understand the profitability and productivity of each project. The article, written by Safe Site Check In CEO David Ward, provides insight from...

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How Technology Will Affect the Construction Business in 2023

How Technology Will Affect the Construction Business in 2023

Construction Technology takes a closer look at the predictions for 2023 and the impact technology will continue to have on the construction industry. Safe Site Check In CEO David Ward is spotlighted in the article along with customers Prevost Construction and...

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Press Releases

NAWIC and Safe Site Check In Survey on Digital Transformation

National Association of Women in Construction and Safe Site Check In Survey Reveals Digital Transformation is Top Priority in Construction Industry Construction Workforce Offers Insight into Popular Digital Technologies and Impact of the Labor Shortage and Supply...

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Integration with Procore Boosts Construction Profitability

Safe Site Check In Advanced Edition Boosts Construction Jobsite Profitability Integration with Procore Construction Management Platform Provides General Contractors with Industry’s Most Comprehensive View into Jobsite Performance   SAN FRANCISCO – January 11,...

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Industry News

Why Many Countries Failed at COVID Contact Tracing

Why Many Countries Failed at COVID Contact Tracing

Contact tracing is an important tool for public health officials. With the COVID-19 vaccine rolling out, here's an interesting take on countries where contract tracing has had success. (Spoiler alert: Countries where laws and culture encourage compliance with...

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Latest Michigan OSHA COVID-19 Emergency Rules

Latest Michigan OSHA COVID-19 Emergency Rules

Michigan Announces New COVID-19 Emergency Rules On October 14, 2020, in response to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases, Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration published emergency rules for all employers in the state. These rules are in effect for six...

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