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Remote Construction Site Monitoring, Part 2: Automating Compliance, H&S and Security

Keeping people safe has always been a core priority on the construction site. By limiting who is on site and confirming those on site have passed safety training, attended safety briefings, passed background or drug checks, with the ultimate goal of limiting injury incidents. Traditionally, construction access control was managed by having someone stand at a gate or a break in the fence line.

What if this could be automated? What if you could ensure that fewer people get through the gate when the guard isn’t looking, or on a break? What if you could make sure that everyone who comes onto the site has every mandatory piece of training and documentation you require and that it’s up to date?

Many construction sites are deploying systems which are able to automate these compliance, safety and security measures, helping to keep people on site safe as well as positively impacting any risk and liability concerns owners and general contractors have.

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