Getting started with Site Inductions
Site Inductions are a great way to save time, reduce paperwork and ensure your site's compliance.
With Site Inductions, you can:
Create a Site Induction Template for your whole company
Create a specific Site Induction Form for each site
Distribute these induction forms to your workers, and review each form individually
A site induction form is what the workers will be filling out when they are inducted onto the site.
Creating a Site Induction Template
This allows you to create an induction template that can be used for all induction forms in your company. Read about creating induction templates here.
Creating and Setting a Site Induction form
You can make an induction form from scratch or use the company template.
Read about creating site induction forms here.
Completing a Site Induction
Once the induction form has been created it can be completed through the app
Read about completing site inductions here.
Reviewing Site Inductions
Once an induction has been completed it is able to be reviewed online. From here they can either be accepted or rejected.
Read about reviewing site inductions here.
Performing manual Site Inductions
If someone doesn't have access to a smart phone, the induction can be printed and completed manually and uploaded through a manager's app. From there it can be reviewed online and stored.
Read about performing manual site inductions here.
Marking users as Visitors
In some cases you may have a visitor coming to the site. Instead of leaving them un-inducted causing data inaccuracies and a warning sign to appear next to their name you can mark them as a visitor.
Read about marking users as visitors here.
Removing users from your site
To stop previous workers accidentally signing on to your site you can remove them from the site which will increase your data accuracy
Read about removing users from your site here.