TIKS have recently launched our latest version of contractor management and access control for Lipman. The latest release now integrates with Rotech’s turnstile hardware to create a highly efficient visitor and contractor management solution. Two solutions were created for this site:
Using TIKS Visitor Management kiosk, visitors are able to print and scan badges in order to gain access on site which is a proven and cost effective solution to every business.
For contractors and sub-contractors, Lipman selected TIKS due to our strong mobile and integration capabilities. This extended their ability to facilitate group induction and allow contractors to access site with ease.
With multiple registration kiosks and a dedicated induction room, Lipman’s WHS supervisors now have the ability to approve and manage competent contractors prior to site access. Once approved, contractors are given access to an ID card. In addition to their ID cards, Lipman released our latest mobile application which allows an alternative way for users to scan and enter site with our auto-generated QR code.
Well done Lipman for creating a safe environment and for giving TIKS the opportunity to be a part of this project. #StaySafe
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