Fortem has developed and begun trialling a new, contact-free digital sign-in system for site visits.
The QR-code poster and backend website can be customised allowing the system to deliver key health and safety information when the user signs in. The solution gives flexibility for each site allowing for unique information specific to that site.
From a visitor’s point of view, the process comprises two steps – scanning the QR code and completing the sign-in form. The system has also been linked with Fortem’s internal employee app, Connect4tem, to allow internal staff to use the app to prepopulate the sign-in form. The digital sign-in form also contributes towards coronavirus guidelines because temperature test results are required when signing in.
Melinda Simon, national health, safety and environment manager, Fortem, said, “The digital sign-in system was launched just as social distancing and stricter hygiene requirements became the norm. At very short notice, we needed measures that would protect our key workers while they continued to deliver critical work to our customers.”