Minimising risk can be a headache for businesses with an inexperienced workforce. ee-Fit – a division of Fletcher Building – overcame this challenge with instructional and training videos to upskill its remote workers that are easily accessed via a mobile device.
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Employing a remote sub-contractor workforce on high-risk projects can lead to reduced safety outcomes that significantly impact productivity and the capability to satisfy contract terms and conditions. The Waterways Alliance (WWA) addressed these problems using a solution that provided greater visibility into its workforce and ensured that procedural guidelines for safe work practices were followed.
The success of pre-start meetings is only as good as the level of worker engagement and participation. The Epping to Thornley Third Track Alliance guaranteed its pre-starts were a success through equipping leaders with the communication skills to run compelling briefings that ensured the comprehension of critical procedural and safety information.
The communication of standardised workplace procedures to workforces with multiple languages and different levels of worker experience is a challenge for multinational organisations. A tier one Australasian business resolved these issues with local region adaptations of critical workplace procedures, overcoming language and literacy barriers for better safety outcomes.
Employing sub-contractors across multiple projects Australia wide can challenge your ability to efficiently and productively manage jobs. Bristile Roofing resolved this issue with a standardised visual training, job allocation and compliance solution that provided high-visibility into its sub-contractor workforce.
Industry regulators are all about ensuring an efficient and competent sector. A sudden and sustained increase in workplace incidents around a certain activity can be a critical challenge that needs to be managed quickly. One state regulator solved this issue with the rapid creation and efficient deployment of supplemental training material to help practitioners complete and retain accreditation to do their work.
Staying connected with remote workers, particularly in areas with poor mobile reception can be a challenge in today’s fast-paced business world. Nimblex, by Australian company eBMS, overcame these issues by adopting the QIN user interface that offered offline capabilities for their software to remote workforces.