As part of our continuous improvement strategy at 3D Safety, we are updating some of the information you can capture for transport and logistic items of plant.
We are all familiar with the process where skilled trades and workers are shuffled into a site shed for 4-6 hours while they listen to safety managers run through powerpoints:
Compliance; Safety; PPE; Community; Quality; Environment; site maps - similar messages on different slides compiled by different divisions in the business.
Workers being paid to sit still for four (or more) hours is an opportunity which is proving too good to miss. Instead of achieving only a compliance objective, Principal Contractors are also using this time to upskill their workers with engaging training content.
Risks in the construction and infrastructure sector are ever-present. However, by accelerating your company’s digital transformation, you can improve risk mitigation.
Changing worker behaviour is one of the leading ways to reduce risk and improve safety but unfortunately, traditional safety reporting metrics are reactive. They look at the end results; the number of near-misses and injuries, rather than the ways to reduce potential risks.
Effective management of worker fatigue is a non-negotiable requirement in high-risk dynamic environments such as infrastructure and construction. There is tension between opportunities for workers to maximise their earnings, production demands and safety constraints which puts stress on enterprises to ensure there are robust fatigue management systems in place.
One of our most popular features, as voted by customers, is the real-time upload of site activity photos. Each image is captured by workers during routine observations, pre-starts, audits, incidents or fault reporting.
“We put the power into the hands of your frontline staff to help change behaviour, thus improving process and making it easier to deliver better outcomes. The more incidents that get reported, the more positive actions are recognised, the more aware people are, the better your culture is and the safer it is.”
3D Safety already has some powerful reporting capabilities natively built into the platform. But what if you want to merge the data with your wider data ecosystem?