Over the last month, the Forsite team have been busy working on updating the Forsite App to include more features in the usability in the app. We have been working on including a "Hazard Feature" in the app, where contractors will be alerted to new hazards on site with a phone notification.
Over the last couple of months the Forsite team has been very busy working on and testing our new feature, ‘Induct Me’. This feature when enabled for a site, will require that users complete a site specific induction prior to check in.
In early 2017, Grant Sewell from GNS Electrical realised that he needed to keep track on Health and Safety of his employees with real time visibility. He aimed to do this without significant costing and change to his business, as implementing new processes in an established business can be disruptive.
As I head into the Christmas season and holidays as a proud and sometimes short tempered dad or three children I have been thinking about how to survive, no better still thrive over the Christmas holiday. This year the holiday break means spending a couple of weeks with my mother in law, who like myself is not always the most even tempered person.
Recently the Forsite team was very privileged to be named as finalists in New Zealand’s 2017 Innovation awards. The team went to the Viaduct awards centre on Thursday the 19th and mingled with 700 odd innovation believers and experts.
What we have observed at Forsite over the last twelve months is that three simple things make a huge amount of difference between technology working for me in property or not. These three simple things are...
Through significantly improved efficiencies, Forsite not only pays for itself, it reduces operating expenses.To illustrate we’ve developed a case study surrounding a property Forsite has installed in for Property Managers Group
Forsite, a leading smartphone-based health and safety solution, is thrilled to announce it has been named as a finalist in the 2017 NZ Innovation Awards.
Today Forsite, a Kiwi-born smartphone-based health and safety solution designed to reduce injuries and deaths in the construction and property industries globally, announced it has received Callaghan Innovation funding.
It’s almost been one year since the new Health and Safety Act changes came into force on April 4, 2016 and, predictably, in that time the number of fines have gone up for businesses.