Free site diary app supports digital work – Show House

A free site recording software solution is proving a hit with construction companies embracing digital labor, offering clear and tangible benefits over outdated paper-based systems.

The Site Diary app – from award-winning software provider Work Wallet – is a mobile tool that allows site managers and operators to create accurate site records on the go in real time, from any digital device. Offsite senior managers also benefit from simplified supervision, enabling better targeting of support resources.

Already widely and successfully used by construction companies such as Bowmer + Kirkland, GMI Construction and GF Tomlinson, Site Diary increases efficiency and productivity, allowing users to spend more time on site, helping to make a difference. practice.

John Cregan, Health and Wellbeing Manager for Bowmer + Kirkland, commented: “Having the site diary at the ready has improved our records of day-to-day activities on site immensely, allowing our managers to spend more time on site rather than doing paperwork at the site office Important information can be recorded in real time, which means a much more accurate record.

“It’s a real game-changer, from recording deliveries and wagon movements to progress photos, with such ease of use. Feedback from our site teams has been nothing but positive. been a great start to getting rid of so much paperwork and providing a more sustainable workplace.”

Work Wallet’s Site Diary app makes it easy to record all types of events on the site at a specific time or date, with data easily comparable into a comprehensive overall picture, such as: progress updates ; site conditions and weather records; on-site contractors; deliveries received; incidents that have occurred; and the decisions made and the reasons why.

Secure online storage maintains accurate records, easily accessible at any time, showing one version of the truth about on-site events. In contrast, obsolete physical records are only accessible at site offices during working hours. Information is not immediately useful, takes time to find, analyze and use.

Built-in reports provide valuable data insights, especially when needed to prove compliance for insurance claims, legal proceedings, incident investigations, audits, regulatory reporting, and quality assurance . Time-stamped records are easy to find, showing what was done, when and by whom.

Adam Civval, Product Director of Work Wallet, said, “Every construction site needs to keep track of what’s going on, but site managers have told us time and time again that keeping paper-based site records is not often not enough. After hearing these comments, Work Wallet wanted to help. We set out to find a solution to this problem and have developed a digital site log tool, which is available now, completely free for all users at all times.

“Thank you to our customers who helped pilot the new feature. Their feedback helped us fine-tune Site Diary ahead of a wider launch, and we’re very proud of the result. The tool gives site managers and senior executives a instant access to comprehensive information about their busy projects, helping them maintain control, prove compliance, deliver higher quality results and keep people safe on site.

Officially launched in March 2022 after a successful pilot period, Site Diary is completely free for construction companies. It is a fully functional standalone module, but integrates with Work Wallet’s broader suite of essential health and safety modules to provide automated entries; including accident and incident reports, audits and inspections, work permits and many more.

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Alice F. Ponder