There are a lot of moving pieces on a construction site. Tradespeople are moving from one task to the next while the superintendent is constantly receiving new information on project updates and timing.
Through quantitative and qualitative research, MindForge has found that there are four unique opportunities to better support the on-site workforce and ensure your projects end on time, on budget and without injury.
Especially in an emergency situation, it’s critical to be able to send a quick push notification to your teams’ mobile devices so they can take appropriate action. The hardware to do this already exists: 92% of workers use smartphones on the job site according to JB Knowledge’s 2020 report. MindForge provides an easy-to-use channel to communicate.
MindForge supports this need with a unified awareness training that occurs safely on the job site. Once new employees arrive, they will step to the side out of harm’s way and complete the training that is relevant to their upcoming work. The safety team can then focus on elements of the employees’ behavior, while MindForge automates the transfer of knowledge to help them succeed safely on the job site.
The connection between the worker and the organization is at the core of MindForge. With projects all over the map and a workforce that brings together all kinds of different experiences, it’s nearly impossible for construction companies to make sure everyone on their sites is prepared. With the MindForge platform, you’ll connect the home office with the front line and build a culture of performance excellence without breaking a sweat.
Due to COVID-19, traditional in-person workforces have had to navigate new obstacles. These fluid workforces are facing the challenges of rapidly reducing headcounts on the job site, managers working from home and implementation of new safety training all at the same time. Further, social distancing guidelines have rendered conventional in-person orientation and briefings to be unsafe, something many of these industries has previously relied on.
The Bureau of Labor reports an average of 150,000 injuries on construction sites each year. With the careful implementation of a Good Catch Near Miss (GCNM) program, many of these injuries can be prevented.
With the MindForge platform, you’ll connect the home office with the front line and build a culture of safety and quality, reducing the number of workers comp claims and saving you money.