Trimble CrewSight: Construction Safety & Personnel Management Done Right

According to OSHA, nearly 6.5 million people work at approximately 252,000 construction sites across the nation on any given day. The fatal injury rate for the construction industry is higher than the national average in this category for all industries.

Potential hazards for workers in construction include:

  • Falls (from heights);
  • Trench collapse;
  • Scaffold collapse;
  • Electric shock and arc flash/arc blast;
  • Failure to use proper personal protective equipment; and
  • Repetitive motion injuries.

Given the statistic above, it’s easy to see why workplace safety is a growing concern among contractors. Why not make things easier AND safer?

Trimble CrewSight lets you track personnel while they are on site and account for each team member when emergency situations arise. The system lets you monitor skills, qualifications, and clearances to keep on-site workers safe. Depending on the needs of your work site, Trimble CrewSight can be tailored for use in traditional entry-exit areas, hard access control gates and open access zones for vehicle entry.

CrewSight does much more than personnel tracking and safety management – Used in conjunction with a project management system such as Trimble ProjectSight, CrewSight can enable tight tracking of progress to pinpoint discrepancies and identify opportunities to optimize the work process.

Sort and analyze a wide range of labor statistics or trends. Compliance requirements like municipal hiring, Women’s Business Enterprise and Minority Business Enterprise requirements typically require a manual process for detailed reporting. Trimble CrewSight compiles the info you need and streamlines the reporting process.

Key Features:
• Track entry-exit of all personnel on the
   job site
• Analyze labor data to better
  understand labor costs
• Compare the performance of multiple
   work sites
• Tailor the system to meet your
   individual requirements

What is Your Optimal
The system is customizable to meet
the varied needs of a construction
setting. Flexible configurations
open up more options for the site
manager and project leader:
• Control open entry points such
  as vehicle entry portals with the
  convenient and reliable Trimble
  Juno T41R handheld
• Feed real-time labor data
  into scheduling and project
  management software, such as
  Prolog’s Daily Work Journal
• Zone tracking lets you see
  where crews are spending
  time and send alerts when
  unauthorized access requires
• Monitor multiple work sites
  through a single interface and

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