Notify everyone on site with push communications.
Deliver instant communications to the entire site. Workers receive instant communications, and you can even ask them to send back an acknowledgement (which updates in real-time).
Send rich text and visual information directly into the hands of everyone on site, from your safety comms to daily announcements, using the screen they look at the most.
Search. Tap. Call.
Walking around the site trying to find the electrician?
If they're on site, they're in the directory.
Search, tap and call, all from within the app. Skip the trip back to the site office.
Send safety directly to the worker.
Unconnected systems require workers to go to a site office to kick off safety processes or get safety information. SignOnSite pushes safety directly to them.
When a worker with the app arrives on a site, they are proactively notified to sign in, do their induction and read the site comms.
Briefings allow site management to create daily messages that employees must read before they arrive on the job. Therefore, you can use SignOnSite to send rich text and visual information like videos and photos directly into the hands of everyone on site.
You may send a push notification to a worker and remind them of their briefing if they have yet to acknowledge it. Additionally, signOnSite allows users to look up, tap, and call any worker on the premises.
Worker notes are excellent for storing information relevant to an individual worker, such as COVID-19 vaccines or exemptions, medical data, or status as an apprentice. In addition, company administrators and site managers can add up to 140 character remarks to employees using the People Register and Attendance Register panels.
Yes. Worker notes can flag important information about at-risk workers (i.e. John Smith has dust allergy) and alert site managers when that person comes to the site. SignOnSite app can also report detailed metrics such as apprenticeship statuses.
Yes! For more information, check out this blog post.