Posts Tagged ‘induction’

Company fined $20k for failing to induct contractors

A Victorian aged-care provider was recently convicted and fined $20,000 for failing to properly induct sub-contracted workers. The company was charged with ‘failing to ensure people other than employees were not exposed to risks to their health and safety’. After an incident occurred leaving a resident in need of medical care, the subcontracted worker was…

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No-Download Mobile Site Attendance Register

SiteBook’s new system lets construction workers record site attendance and complete inductions on their phones without any downloads. Attendance and inductions can be recorded two ways: Scanning the site’s unique QR Code (displayed on your site sign) Following a URL like sent to the person’s phone URL links can be sent via email or sms.…

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Contactless Mobile Site Inductions

SiteBook’s new Induction process lets construction workers complete zero-contact inductions on their phones without any downloads. Inductions can be completed two ways: Scanning the site’s unique QR Code (displayed on your site sign) Following a URL like sent to the person’s phone URL links can be sent via email or sms. Both methods launch the…

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Steps for a good Site Induction

A construction site induction is a great way for workers and site management to exchange safety information. Before starting a job, new workers should be advised of all site specific work health and safety risks. Site management should also ensure that the new workers are qualified to undertake their contracted work. Construction Site inductions are…

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Induction Videos in SiteBook’s Mobile App

The SiteBook mobile apps now supports videos as part of the induction process. After a request from one of our more progressive builders, we have added support for playback as part of site inductions. Video inductions are perfect for providing clear worksite information alongside audio and visual aids. This can make it easier for workers…

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