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Site induction series – 2. Why you should run your inductions off-site

Posted by:Erin Brown

When you induct new or returning employees, contractors and visitors do you always run the induction on-site, or do you give the inductee the option to do their learning off-site? The way you deliver your inductions will depend on various factors like the number of people being inducted, the size of your workplace and the complexity…

Keep the Team Safe Using Geolocation Updates

Posted by:Erin Brown

Here at WhosOnLocation our crew (the WOLlys) are an international bunch, we come from New Zealand, Brazil, Australia, China, France, and the United States of America. We WoLlys love to travel, whether it’s for work (WhosOnLocation is used in 27 countries!), or just to explore. The culture at WhosOnLocation pretty close-knit so when we’re out on…

5 ways our customers use real-time notifications for site safety and security

Posted by:Darren Whitaker-Barnett

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Why tracking Hazard Warning Acknowledgements is a must

Posted by:Jay Thompson-Munn

The cost of being prosecuted for a breach of workplace safety regulations runs far deeper than a paying a fine. Other than the obvious human cost, should any person suffer an injury or worse; there is also brand and reputation damage, a lowering in employee confidence, an unwillingness for contractors to provide services on-site, the…

Why Contractor timesheet lies are a bad thing and cost everybody money

Posted by:Jay Thompson-Munn

The contractor-timesheet Every day millions of contractors record the amount of time spent on-site (through a contractor-timesheet), performing a task, and completing a job. Recently one of our customers explained how contractor costs reduced by over 18% after switching from a system of trust, where the contractor issued an invoice based on the time they…

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