Credential Management

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For any organisation, a failure of security can mean a lack of control. It can result in unauthorised people entering their sites, accessing and compromising their systems, seeing confidential and sensitive information and undertaking actions that aren’t permitted. Businesses can suffer losses as a result as well as damage to their reputation and various other adverse consequences.
The answer to many of these problems is a credential management system that will ensure only authorised personnel can gain access. While it’s true that credential management can be undertaken manually, this is a slow and inefficient method that’s prone to error and doesn’t really offer the level of security that most companies need. Instead, the real answer is a cloud-based credential management system that offers greater flexibility, responsiveness and assured security.

Why a Manual Credential Management System is not the Answer

A manual credential management approach means recording details of everyone’s credentials on paper and storing them away securely. It means checking those credentials every time a person needs to enter a site or start a particular piece of work, which in turn means that copies of all credentials are needed wherever and whenever an authorised person needs to work.
More than anything, it means a very inefficient system that’s difficult to administer. When credentials are issued, updated or withdrawn, copies have to be circulated to every site. The difficulty here is that new versions may not be issued in time, may not be correctly replaced and that different versions may exist at various locations. Manual credentials also can’t be used to control access to software systems, so separate passwords or other types of authorisation have to be set up, which gives even more chance of duplication and error.
When time-limited credentials are due to expire, reminders have to be sent out manually and have to be followed up to make sure they’re acted on correctly. It all takes time and a lot of effort, and it’s extremely inefficient.

How an Automated, Cloud-based Credential Management System is the Best Approach

Introducing a computerised system to replace a manual one will certainly improve matters in terms of better record keeping and easier administration. But you won’t get full value unless it’s cloud-based and has many automated features. The features and benefits include:
• a dashboard that gives an overview of credentials and allows detailed views and reporting so you can always see the overall situation and what needs to be done
• identification of due renewals with reminder emails sent out automatically in good time and followed up so nothing is missed
• availability of up-to-date credentials at all relevant sites so that authorisation is immediate and assured
• real-time updating and distribution so that the latest versions of credentials are always available
• accessible by suitable mobile devices anywhere and at any time
• all requests, updates and transactions are recorded so that there is complete transparency and full auditing automatically
• establishment of role-based credentials that can vary depending on what a person is doing
• credentials are available for multiple uses, including site entry, job authorisation and system access so that there is no need for multiple and confusing checking methods
A properly designed and implemented credential management system will keep your business safe and secure, preventing all unauthorised access but in a way that doesn’t interfere with the smooth operation of the company. Once your system is breached, it’s a time-consuming task to re-issue credentials and restore some sort of order.
With LinkSafe, the maintenance and authorisation of credentials is undertaken effectively so no such breaches will occur. And there are no adverse consequences, just a business that operates securely and well. Our online training software and contactless visitor management system also became indispensable tools during this pandemic times, since they help your business to run smoothly.

Cloud-based Compliance Systems vs. Manual Systems or Semi-automatic Systems

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Compliance is important to any organisation. It ensures an environment where employees can work safely within a successful and professional company.
Any failures in compliance can, at worst, lead to death and injury for employees, contractors and visitors. Even if that’s avoided, it can cause interruptions to production, heavy financial penalties and damage to the company’s reputation.
The current COVID-19 emergency has brought the efficiency of compliance systems more into focus. It has exposed the deficiencies of manual systems and emphasised the need to be able to communicate quickly and effectively with everyone on site. As a result, the value of cloud-based, automated systems has never been greater.

The Problems with Manual Compliance Systems

Manual systems have traditionally been based on paper documents — reams of hard copies stored in folders and filing cabinets around the site and additional copies in share drives. This has led to systems that are unwieldy, time-consuming, difficult to manage and, more importantly do not connect to the workplace when the Contractor turns up to work. This makes it inefficient which could lead to a breakdown in compliance.
This traditional process is dependent on policy and procedure documents that have to be created and approved, then circulated to all interested parties. As circumstances change, documents need to be reviewed, updated and re-circulated. This creates problems:
• The review and sign-off process is time-consuming and cumbersome due to the need to circulate paper documents.
• It is impossible to verify if all interested parties have seen and understood all relevant documents.
• Revisions and updates result in different versions of documents being in various places so there is no one true version at all locations.
• Environmental damage is caused by excessive printing and paper use.
• Information is difficult or impossible to find quickly due to the need to search manually through multiple large files.
The difficulties that a manual system imposes can result in people failing to use it properly. This, in turn, can lead to failures of compliance that pose all manner of problems for your organisation.
Some of these difficulties can be overcome by installing a semi-automated system on a local server. However, this will not be available to everyone, especially those in remote sites, and will not solve all the problems.

The Benefits of Cloud-based Compliance Systems

Using an automated system that’s cloud-based doesn’t remove the need to create and approve policies and procedures but it does make the whole process simpler. Drafts can be distributed and approved electronically so everything works quicker and smoother. And, once established, the system has other benefits:
• All documents are held centrally so there is only one published version that everyone sees.
• Documents can be accessed at any time and from anywhere by an authorised person using a suitable mobile device.
• Full search facilities mean information can be found easily and quickly.
• Urgent safety requests or emergency broadcasts can be communicated instantly by SMS, email or other means to everyone who needs to know, which can be vital during a pandemic or similar situation.
• An Application Programming Interface (API) allows integration with other company systems, enabling the seamless exchange of information.
• Every action is logged so there is complete, real-time auditing of anything that happens, particularly policy and process changes.
• Reduction in paper, printing and storage costs plus environmental benefits as a result.
Converting to an automated, cloud-based Compliance Management Software will take time and money to transfer all information across, learn new techniques and get everything running smoothly. But the investment will be truly worthwhile, resulting in a much smoother and more efficient process, reduced costs, improved compliance and a safer working environment. Online Training Software and Contactless Visitor Management Systems are also important tools to consider during this pandemic times.

COVID-ready Contractor Management

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For many companies, contractors are essential to the smooth operation of the business. They are an integral part of the workforce, providing specialist skills and additional resources that those companies cannot do without.
In the same way as for full-time employees, companies have a responsibility for their contractors that includes looking after their health and safety as well as ensuring they comply with regulations and legal requirements. This responsibility has become even more important now the COVID-19 pandemic has placed greater emphasis on keeping people safe.

The need for a Contractor Management Plan that Works in COVID times.

The threat from COVID-19 is obvious to most people. Not only is it a danger to all members of staff and contractors, it also has the potential to shut down your business for a period if the virus gets into your workforce. This can have serious implications for the productivity and profitability of the business as well as the effect it can have on your reputation as a responsible employer.
In order to protect your business, your employers and your contractors, you need to ensure that:
• you are fully aware of all government and state legislation and guidelines
• you are kept fully up-to-date with changes to any regulations that affect you
• there is a comprehensive COVID plan in place and that this plan is updated regularly with changes and distributed to those that need to see it
• all risks have been identified and assessed, with measures put in place to mitigate or prevent them
• site inductions include necessary COVID training and awareness of the plan
• Site visits and tracing are being recorded.
• any contracts are adjusted as necessary to incorporate changes due to COVID needs
• all contractors are fully aware of their responsibilities and the potential hazards they have to contend with
• adequate PPE is provided to and worn by all relevant employees and contractors
• measures are put in place to ensure provisions are being adhered to.

How Effective Contractor Management Helps

Dealing with contractors and keeping them safe will be an integral part of your COVID planning. This will include gathering all information on contractor activity, ensuring COVID requirements are part of their induction and checking that contractors meet their obligations fully. There will need to be constant monitoring of performance, identification of COVID cases and ensuring those affected are traced and isolated for the recommended period.
A Contractor Management Software that is cloud-based and incorporates automated features will enable effective administration by:
• allowing rapid changes to be made to the COVID plan that can be posted online so the latest version is always available to everyone in a clear and unambiguous manner and there is no confusion or duplication
• message board notifications and acknowledgements to COVID-19 requirements.
• Integration to aligned systems
• ensuring all contractors are fully inducted and are not allowed on site until they are aware of what’s required of them
• knowing that everyone has adequate PPE that’s effective for the role they undertake
• identifying all risks, the actions required to mitigate or prevent them and that there is full compliance by all contractors
• having the ability to conduct spot checks through a mobile app so that adherence to policies and procedures is known
• creating a safe environment for everyone with the ability to constantly monitor that environment
• ensuring full transparency by recording all relevant events and producing comprehensive audit reports.
LinkSafe will help you to create a working environment that’s as safe as it can be for employees, contractors and visitors of all types. Whilst the management of safety is always important, it’s particularly crucial at the time of a pandemic and, with our management, induction and online training software to help, you can be sure you’re as prepared as is possible.

Using LinkSafe’s Open API for Seamless Integration between Systems

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Our policy at LinkSafe has always been to listen to our customers, work closely with them so we understand exactly what they want to do and then tailor solutions so we meet their needs precisely. We’ll then maintain a dialogue and monitor requirements so we can always be sure we continue to meet those needs.

A significant part of that strategy is the development of an open API that’s available to all our customers. This enables them to gain significant benefit from our systems and to integrate them with their own.

What’s an Open API and how can I Use it?

An API is an application programming interface. There can be private ones that are only available to the companies that develop them as well as open or public ones that can be accessed by any companies that are authorised to use them.

An API is simply a piece of software that provides the link between two systems. It allows those systems to interact with each other, either via internal or external networks and often using the internet.

An API is needed because systems that are developed separately by different companies will store their data in varying formats. It therefore provides a means of standardising those formats so that each system can understand what the other is saying and can respond accordingly.

When one company passes data via an API, it will do so in a format that is required by the receiving system. That system will consequently know what that data represents, will be able to process it correctly and can then pass back data to the originating system in a format it can understand and use.

The LinkSafe API is a one-way API. That means that we don’t extract any data from the other party, but they can easily access the data they’ve stored in our solution. This helps maintain privacy and ensure data security for all parties.

Our API helps eliminate the need to manually enter data into LinkSafe’s system and then repeat the process for any LinkSafe response that needs to be entered to a customer’s system. It avoids duplication of input and reduces the possibility of data entry errors.

An example of this would be using our API for your contractor management to pass details of your contractors into a finance system, and then track compliance within LinkSafe’s Compliance Management Software. As soon as a contractor is flagged as non-compliant within the LinkSafe solution, a client can configure their software to block work orders or payment of invoices. This reduces a lot of risk and manual work checking compliance and streamlines administrative work.

How the LinkSafe Open API can Help You

The open API can be used in a number of ways to ensure your system integrates fully with ours. These can include:

  • providing an induction checklist and extracting required data for new contractors
  • issuing work orders to authorised contractors that have been through the induction process and are marked as compliant
  • exchanging timesheet information to update project, contractor, payroll and billing details on various systems
  • passing progress and reporting details between systems.

The open API ensures that various, disparate systems can operate together in a totally integrated manner. But, by imposing stringent protocols and standardisation of data formats, it ensures this is done in a secure and efficient manner and that data can easily be accessed by those who are authorised to do so. The result is a seamless process that benefits all parties.

The Importance of Induction in Education

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The start of a school term can be an exciting time for staff members. It can also be a busy time with everyone needing a proper induction into the ways of the organisation. Staff members and contractors may also join throughout the year and have to go through the same induction process before they can be admitted to site.

The induction is the first and possibly most important stage in each person’s relationship with the establishment and the aim of each one is to ensure that a person is familiar with how the establishment works, knows what is expected of them and can settle in quickly. For an educational establishment, safety is also particularly important and that extends not only to a person’s conduct but also to the way the induction is conducted. In today’s Coronavirus-aware environment, this means conducting a contactless inductions when possible so that risks are reduced to the minimum.

Contactless Inductions are the Perfect Solution

A company induction management can take a long time to process and a lot of resources to set up. That’s particularly true in an educational setting where teachers, other staff members and contractors require different on boarding information which requires separate inductions for each role. A traditional induction also involves a lot of paper, with inductees generally being presented with an induction pack, and probably too much direct contact in these risk-averse times.

A contactless induction can resolve many of these problems because:

  • everything can be put together in digital form so there’s no paper involved
  • it’s a relatively simple matter to compile a base induction with common information and then adapt it for each category of inductee by adding relevant details
  • each induction can be logically structured and made easy for the inductee to follow and understand
  • inductees can access the induction any time before their start date using an appropriate mobile device and so will be fully compliant before coming on site
  • any changes to policies and procedures can be notified to anyone who is affected and they can be required to complete an update to their induction
  • security will be enhanced because nobody will be allowed on site until they have successfully completed the induction process.

Preparing a Comprehensive Induction Programme

Each induction will be tailored to the needs of the role and will typically include:

  • an introduction to the establishment and its facilities
  • main contacts for particular situations
  • calendar and timetable for relevant activities
  • job description
  • code of conduct and expected behaviour
  • key policies and procedures, including acceptable use of equipment and the safeguarding of students, for which necessary training may be provided
  • terms and conditions
  • recognition of abuse and other concerns, and how to respond to and report them
  • health and safety requirements and arrangements.

The completion of the induction will be automatically logged on the person’s record with all the information and documentation they have provided. The process will help the inductee to understand the establishment’s objective and culture, will improve staff retention and will enable you to evaluate the success of the programme through feedback and to make improvements.

Within education, the safeguarding of children and older students is of primary importance and it is essential that a safe environment is created. Using LinkSafe’s contactless induction process, you can also conduct working with children checks and help to ensure everyone’s safety is treated with the upmost importance. LinkSafe’s contactless induction process helps ensure your establishment’s inductions are conducted as safely as possible.

Helping to Keep Contractors Safe with Contactless Inductions

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Safety has always been an important workplace topic although some companies haven’t treated it as seriously as they should do. Over the years, however, there has been much more emphasis placed on health and safety, and that’s been recently ramped up even more with the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic as a necessary means of overcoming the threat.

The virus has brought about many changes to working methods in an attempt to keep employees better protected and safe. One of the main aims of these altered procedures has been to reduce the level of direct contact between people and so avoid the danger of infection. This has affected many aspects of working, starting right from the initial induction process for employees and contractors. Admitting new people to sites presents a safety risk and everything possible needs to be done to mitigate the threat.

Improving Traditional Induction Methods

The aims of the company induction management are to ensure workers are made aware of site features and hazards, have the ability to do the job properly, possess necessary and up-to-date documentation and can work safely on site without being a risk to themselves or others. The traditional way of conducting an induction has been a face-to-face meeting, often with many other new contractors present in the same room. Site features, risks and procedures are described, papers are distributed with required information and documents are made available for completion.

All of this involves a lot of close contact with other people and the need for contractors and others to touch multiple sheets of paper and other surfaces. In today’s environment, this is a very risky process and presents countless opportunities for viruses and other threats to be spread. Aside from the safety aspects, a traditional induction is wasteful of human resources, inefficient in achieving its aims and difficult to monitor afterwards.

A traditional induction involves a lot of setting up, requires the reservation of a room and means that everyone has to be present at the same time. Contactless inductions have none of these drawbacks and allow a much more efficient, effective and safe process.

A Better and Safer Method

Using the LinkSafe contactless induction app, there is no paper, no need to physically attend site at a prescribed time and no risk of infection. Instead, there’s a smooth and efficient process that can be completed when and where convenient, and which ensures that no-one is admitted to your site unless they have successfully completed the induction process.

Every company is different and has its own procedures and ways of operating so LinkSafe enables you to can compile the induction process quickly and easily by bringing together pre-prepared questions and details. And you can create a number of separate processes that are tailored for specific sites and contractor groups rather than having a ‘one size fits all’ solution.

Contractors will be invited to complete inductions and can do so from anywhere and at any time using a suitable mobile device. They will be taken through the process in a simple and logical manner until they complete all sections successfully.

Access to sites will only be allowed for those contractors who have completed the induction and are fully compliant and conversant with site procedures. And if anything changes, they will be automatically notified and required to complete an update to the induction process before entry is permitted. As a result, you’ll have a safer and more secure site and you’ll achieve this in a much more efficient manner with staff time available to undertake other important tasks. Information is key to having a secure and safe site, and the LinkSafe contactless induction will ensure you always have the latest version.

Difficult Challenges for the Hospitality Industry

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The hospitality industry has been hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, with hotels, bars and restaurants forced to close for a long period. Now that they are allowed to re-open, the future remains uncertain in an environment that’s changed totally from what it used to be.

With social distancing still being demanded, restaurants and bars are limited in the number of customers they can accommodate. Combined with a requirement for strenuous cleaning and sanitisation plus a need to avoid direct contact whenever possible, this has made the operation and visitor management of all hospitality establishments much more difficult. All are, therefore, having to adapt and find new ways to proceed.

The Need to Reduce Direct Contact and How to do it

It is a recognised fact that COVID-19 can be spread by contact with infected surfaces as well as by airborne transmission. If an infected person touches a surface and then others also come into contact with it, the virus can be passed on and spread the infection. Reducing the amount of contact is therefore crucial to limiting the spread of the virus.

Within the hospitality industry, the main point of contact is when guests check in and out. In a hotel, this generally requires that guests complete a register and then make payment when they leave. For restaurants, there is a similar need to register guests and for them to pay while all establishments, including bars, are now required to record visitor details for the purpose of contact tracing should infection occur.

The use of QR codes may just be the perfect answer. Although they’ve been around for a long time and are a more sophisticated and more capable version of bar codes, their uptake has not been high. However, the new emphasis on contactless transactions has brought them to the fore and their true potential is now being realised.

Using LinkSafe’s QR code system, you can provide contactless visitor management in quickly, easily and in a totally paperless manner that requires no direct contact at all.

Multiple Benefits for Hospitality Businesses

In addition to the safety and convenience aspects, our QR code system has many other advantages for the hospitality industry:

  • available to anyone with a smart phone or other similar mobile device with no need to download an app; the in-built camera can scan and interpret any QR code
  • as well as displaying the QR code, you can also show a welcome message and other important information for guests
  • compliance with government regulations is ensured with all necessary guest details recorded for contact tracing.

Using LinkSafe’s QR code system, you’ll ensure all your guests enjoy the swift and safe contactless sign in they expect in the current environment. At the same time, you’ll gain all the additional benefits this new technology can bring — and all without the hassle of manual methods.

Automated Sign In for Visitor and Site Security

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Keeping control of visitors to sites has traditionally been dealt with by having a full-time reception desk where visitors can be welcomed and signed in. For some companies, that’s a wasteful use of resources while for others it’s not practical to have someone there all the time.

The answer sometimes has been to have an unmanned desk where visitors sign themselves in and alert staff to their presence by telephone. That can often seem to be unprofessional and can be prone to abuse and security breaches. The better and more modern solution is to use automated sign in that offers many advantages over traditional methods.

Using QR Codes for Contactless Sign In

Previous versions of automated visitor sign in systems have either required visitors to download an app or have meant entering details to a keypad in the reception area. With the current COVID-19 pandemic making people reluctant to touch surfaces and with recommendations to avoid such direct contact for health reasons, a contactless method of signing in is now the preferred option.

Contactless visitor sign in by LinkSafe is now achieved by scanning QR codes. This requires no specific preparation by the visitor, only the possession of a smart phone or similar mobile device.

Any company using the LinkSafe system will simply need to download a QR code for each of its sites. This code can then either be displayed on a tablet computer or similar device or can be printed and displayed within the reception area, along with a welcome message, so there’s no requirement for expensive equipment.

Each visitor, including contractors and possibly even staff members, will then use the camera on their mobile device to scan the QR code before they can access the site. They may then be required to enter details and may be checked for compliance before being allowed to enter the site. Visitors will re-scan the QR code when leaving the site and will be logged out.

The process is much simpler and quicker than previous methods and offers greater levels of security. It also offers many more benefits that traditional sign in using manual methods simply cannot achieve.

Improving the Visitor Experience

LinkSafe’s contactless sign in process has many unique features and benefits that include:

  • Enhanced security, since no-one will be permitted entry without scanning the QR code and providing their details. Additionally, the whereabouts of everyone on site at a particular time can be logged and the QR code can be changed frequently to prevent misuse.
  • A more professional approach, with corporate branding and personalised messaging added to the QR code. The check in process will be simple to use, giving visitors a good first impression of the company. It can be made even easier for visitors who are expected since they can be pre-registered so they have little to enter on arrival. Similarly, sign in can be customised for different types of attendees.
  • Improved emergency procedures since you will be aware of exactly who is on site and can organise evacuation should an incident occur. This will ensure improved compliance with health and safety regulations.
  • The ability to log time in and out for contractors and employees so that invoices raised and time worked can be confirmed. The facility can also be extended to record the start and end times for particular tasks so that time spent is known and can be compared to expected time.
  • Better site auditing and reporting due to the comprehensive amount of information that is available.

Using LinkSafe’s contactless sign in, you’ll assure the security of your site, the reputation of your company and the safety of all visitors.

Software to Check Compliance of Building Contractors

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Is There Software to Check Compliance of Building Contractors?

Gone are the days where contractors managed small, simple projects. It was much easier for local councils to ensure all building contractors were up to date with regards to compliance when multi-million-dollar projects, and complex collaborations, change orders, and other compliance regulations were not part of everyday working life.

Construction management has become a much more challenging undertaking, and this is only compounded by the ever-growing plethora of regulations in the building industry. So, how can contractors ensure that they avoid delays and stoppage due to noncompliance? And how can the local council monitor building contractors within their areas to make sure that everything is in order?

Learn Everything You Can About Compliance

The first thing that contractors should do, is to learn as much as they can about the compliance requirements. Local council members should already have a good grip on these already, but there’s nothing wrong with brushing up every now and then. Although it seems daunting, and it certainly can be time-consuming, there are some straightforward ways to brush up on compliance updates. The most common compliance regulations that you should know in the building industry include:

Use the Best Compliance Software

When it comes to disseminating compliance information and collecting compliance data, it simply shouldn’t be done by paper anymore. Paper records can often get lost and outdated. It’s essential that local councils and contractors upgrade to an innovative software system like LinkSafe that cuts their administrative workload and gives them easy access to a centralised platform of compliance data to make their job more effective and accurate.

At LinkSafe, we’re all about ensuring safety and compliance within the workplace, while also helping councils and contractors to have all their compliance management data in one place to make it simple to locate the information needed. With our software, you can check compliance, make the required updates, produce reports and export all of your data to external sources when necessary.

Almost all of the mundane manual tasks are automated. It helps you get ahead of compliance issues before they happen by flagging problems that need to be investigated. You can choose to receive notifications about compliance issues to your email, desktop, phone or all three to ensure that you get on top of them as soon as possible.

With LinkSafe, you will no longer have to spend time getting in touch with contractors and other companies to check their compliance records, our hands-off management system will do it automatically for you.

Simple Software Accessible from Anywhere

Despite the complex job that it does, LinkSafe is designed to be easy to use. You don’t have to be a technical expert to get everything that you want from the system. All you have to be able to handle is entering information into a simple online form.

The platform is hosted with secure cloud-based data storage and a web interface that has been secured with TLS. This means that you can access your records from any device with a good internet connection.

All data is held on incredibly secure data centres and we have implemented the highest level of encryption to ensure that you can access your data safely from anywhere.

Manage Vast Compliance with the LinkSafe Solution

If you’re looking for site management solutions, then look no further than LinkSafe. We help you to pick up compliance issues before they happen. Our simple platform is the perfect solution for building contractors and local councils to track, check and manage contractor compliance in a centralised database. Find out more by contacting LinkSafe on 1300 558 102 or use our contact form to leave a message.


Tracking Visitors

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Flu Vaccination for Entry into Aged Care Facilities

The Coronavirus pandemic has had a massive impact on all of our lives and the way we go about our daily tasks. Whilst trying to control the pandemic, healthcare officials have realised that contact tracing is an essential and effective way of finding people that may have been exposed to the virus. This enforces what we’ve known all along—that you should always know who is coming in and out of your workspace.

On 18 March 2020, the Prime Minister announced that all visitors to and workers at residential aged care facilities must have the influenza shot before being allowed access. All visitors, health practitioners, volunteers and contract workers such as cleaners, gardeners, and maintenance staff are required to have their influenza shot if they wish to gain entry to the premises.

At the end of the day, these strict protocols have come into place to protect the most vulnerable people in our society. However, many care facilities are questioning how they are going to monitor and track who has had the shot and who hasn’t.

There are a number of options for care facilities and contractors to ensure that those visiting the facility or working there have had the vaccine. This could be a statement or record from a health professional or access to the LinkSafe mobile app.

Tracking Visitors Effectively with LinkSafe

Tracking each and every visitor or contract worker manually can be tedious and there’s always the chance that human error will allow things to slip between the cracks. LinkSafe is an excellent way to ensure that you track all visitors to your care facility and that they have all the necessary training and health certificates before they gain entry.

LinkSafe visitor management software tells you not only who is coming onto your facility, but also gives you automatic insight into whether they have the right requirements, like training and vaccinations, to be there.

The safety is customised to your facility and must be signed by visitors before they enter. This is a great way to ensure that your visitors have all the right training and vaccinations for your facility in a legal sense, and also diminishes the potential for accidents to happen while they are there. With all of the data recorded and sent to a secure central database, you can rest assured that all your visitors are fully compliant.

Identify Legitimate Visitors

The LinkSafe software is also an excellent way to identify visitors that are there for legitimate purposes and that have all the right requirements. Our software can control visitor access to certain areas and enables remote monitoring that will observe and record information about your visitors when they enter. Your security team’s job will be a much easier one, as all they need to do is check clearance on the app.

The software comes with expert setup advice, which means your security will be up and running in no time. It’s a quick and easy system that can be used to make the visitor vetting process a much easier one and visitor management process with an extra bit of high-tech security.

When visitors want to gain entry to your facilities, you will be able to take a photo ID of them, collect their signature and then automatically generate a wearable security pass to ensure that the rest of the team know that they are there for legitimate reasons.

If you’re looking to save time and money on your visitor management process, then LinkSafe is the right choice for you.

Upgrade Your Visitor Management with LinkSafe

With LinkSafe, you can track a variety of entry points, give visitors important information for their safety, ensure that they produce the right identification and the necessary compliance requirements. Our app ups your security game to ensure you are legally covered, while also keeping the vulnerable citizens in your care safe.

Get in touch today to find out how LinkSafe can take your visitor management process to the next level.