Case study: Job site safety management system

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Job site safety management system

Teletrack facilitates Hindmarsh’s commitment to safety and integrity through Pre Start and Job Site Safety features.

Who is Hindmarsh?

Having been founded over 40 years ago, Hindmarsh has become one of Australia’s most reputable property and construction companies. Despite now having over $5 billion of work completed, Hindmarsh’s projects continue to be carried out with their signature craftsmanship and distinctiveness. With a focus on innovating sustainable construction solutions, Hindmarsh is committed to its team’s collaborative work and safety. Teletrack facilitates Hindmarsh’s commitment to safety and integrity through Pre Start and Job Site Safety features.

How does Hindmarsh use Teletrack?

Hindmarsh utilises Teletrack’s Job Site Safety features to improve their business’s security and safety. The Teletrack system allows Hindmarsh to digitally induct and approve operators, as well as verify their licensing from their phones. All machines on Hindmarsh work sites require operators to log in to the machine via a QR code attached to the machine with their smartphone. They will then be walked through the steps to completing a customised image-based Pre Start questionnaire that focuses on improving safety and maintenance checks. Until the questionnaire is completed satisfactorily, and only by an approved operator, the machine will remain immobilised.

What issues have been resolved by Teletrack for Hindmarsh?

Teletrack’s Job Site Safety features and Pre Start questionnaires have helped to improve the safety of not only their equipment, machines, and job sites, but of their staff. Making sure that those who are not qualified to use the equipment are unable to do so is important in protecting the equipment from accidents and misuse, as well as the operator’s own safety. The result is a more productive job site that isn’t hindered by the need for lengthy and expensive repairs. Pre Start questionnaires and the use of logins to be able to start machines also serve as vital security measures for Hindmarsh, protecting their machines from left when left unattended.