Human Recognition Systems (HRS) is pleased to announce its latest product development, MSite 3.6 with enhanced 3G capability.
On top of its standard functions such as identity assurance of on-site contractors and improved efficiency for accreditation, MSite 3.6 now provides remote central management of multiple (national) perimeters when an MSite location is served by 3G.
The MSite 3.6 access control solution now has no infrastructure dependency apart from power so the technology's latest enhancement makes it more 'plug and play' than ever before. For example, turnstiles can be controlled remotely from office locations by an easy-to-use online dashboard letting staff provide access for confirmed visitors or revoking access if, say, workers are banned from the site.
With hundreds of UK construction sites currently using MSite to manage their access control and health and safety compliance, we are confident that the added 3G capability will be warmly received by those project managers who have come to rely on our technology, said Neil Norman, chief executive of HRS.
As well as providing a considerable cost-saving to companies, MSite 3.6 saves time, too, he added. And it's not just construction companies who benefit because any company needing to control multiple access points will find the technology incredibly useful.
Employees' access credentials can easily be distributed across projects eliminating the need to re-enrol them and allowing increased flexibility in the workforce. If necessary, you can move additional contractors across the network of projects to another site in a matter of seconds and all data is encrypted.
Extra features provided by MSite's new 3G capability include:
Remote turnstile management
Better reporting options, including input to BREEAM KPI on local labour sourcing and carbon emissions.
Significantly reduces time spent on consolidating individual site reports and provides trend analysis.
Standard site survey also now includes testing for 3G capability at project locations.
Current features of MSite already include:
No overpayments due to accurate time & attendance reporting so reduced disputes about wages.
Ensures entry based on compliance requirements and accreditation such as CSCS and induction training to ensure staff's qualifications meet policy regulation.
Improved facilitation of health and safety policy.
Easy-to-use system for management and workers alike.
Full audits of workers present on-site should an incident occur.
Customers deploying MSite already include Carillion, Morgan Sindall, BAM, Lend Lease and Vinci and the technology can be found in high profile projects including Crossrail's Whitechapel station in London; Bristol's Southmead 'super hospital'.