Site Management – Protect Your Jobsite
CrewSight Opened Doors for Walbridge
100+ year old construction firm gets serious about job site security. When managing a large jobsite, being able to track, manage and document every worker on site is crucial in completing a project successfully. Rick Kinney, Safety Engineer at Walbridge, expressed how site security was their biggest concern for their most recent project located in Boydton, Virginia.
CrewSight™ hardware and software combines a fully-integrated jobsite access control system with a worker database for increased control and site security. The Crewsight platform offers best-in-class site access management, site cameras, labor tracking and access control.
Access Control System
CrewSight can be tied to a secure access portal, like a turnstile.
Secure your construction site with tough, light, dependable turnstiles and simple, intuitive access control software, today.
Trimble CrewSight Testimonial
With Matt Ogle, Safety Manager at JE Dunn
We offer a construction labor management software that efficiently organizes employee hours and other records. Contractors, payroll administrators and human resources personnel can benefit from this effective method of tracking hours. In addition The Trimble workforce management solution also provides access control and safety to your job site.
Benefits of Implementing a Labor Tracking/Job Site Access System
With a labor tracking and construction job site access control system, you can:
- Optimize your work planning activities: Pinpoint and analyze trends and identify opportunities for process improvement, which can ultimately lower your project costs. You will also be able to determine any compliance requirements in areas such as hiring, and ensure you're meeting all applicable reporting requirements.
- Increase worker safety: Job site accidents occur when the crew is tired from working too many hours. Team leaders need to know the whereabouts of all team members when an emergency arises.
- Lower labor costs and reinvest: By more accurately accounting for labor on the job site and lowering overall labor costs, you save money. When you save that money, you can reinvest in your employees to boost morale and longevity, purchase needed equipment or upgrade equipment, and ensure you're making the most out of your revenue.