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Remote Construction Site Monitoring, Part 5: Contactless Entry

In a post COVID-19 world with extended health and safety checks, including removal of any unnecessary shared surface contact, how do you quickly take time and attendance, or perform compliance checks on site while still getting the remote monitoring data you need?

Contactless site entry and compliance checks.

When a construction site is still operating, there are four core actions that need to happen when workers enter site during a public health crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic:

  1. Collection of time and attendance data
  2. Social distancing
  3. Compliance and health/well-being checks
  4. Reduction of shared surface contact

To handle this, contractors need to deploy a solution which can hold all worker data on compliance questions/checks/documentation, read a worker’s identification from six feet away, populate your remote site monitoring system, and manage access to a construction site without having to touch a common surface, i.e. a turnstile.

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