- Site Induction
- Site hazards identified
- Health & safety plan
Are you confident they’re safe? If the risk of injury or worse hasn’t been enough, from April 2016 property owners who aren’t meeting their obligations under the Health & Safety Act will now face heavy penalties.
Safety centres around planning and all parties having the right information. Forsite ensures only inducted contractors are authorised to be on-site, provides them with the information they require to safely carry out their job on your site, and provides you with live information regarding their whereabouts and safety onsite.
Forsite goes several steps further than just ensuring safety, through detailed reporting it automates the burden of paperwork required under new legislation.
We understand the nature of the relationship between contractor and property manager, we also understand the need for both parties to operate not just safely, but as efficiently as possible.
Part owned by one of New Zealand’s leading independent syndication and property management companies, our team of experienced senior property professionals is comprised of specialists in asset & facilities management, investment, law and occupational health & safety.
Forsite is a smart-phone app, paired with sensor technology that automatically detects authorised contractors arriving onsite, checks them in and provides up to date hazard data about the site and job they’re undertaking. Building owners and contractor head offices have live data about who is onsite and why, as-well as the ability to send updated alerts, job and hazard updates.
Data gathered on contractor visits can be downloaded at any time into preformatted dashboard templates for compliance and governance reporting. Whilst property owners and contractors can also use the log for the added benefit of invoice reconciliation and managing staff respectively.
* Features are currently in development
Forsite is weeks away from stage 1 release, industry interest has been overwhelming. We do have a waitlist of clients for our initial beta testing, however we are inviting prospective clients to register their interest for an initial free user trial commencing April 2016.