First and foremost, this affords the main contractor on the job total control over who enters the site and prevents the all-too-common problem of several people working on site under one name.
“[When they enter site] we can guarantee a person is who they say they are,” says Phoenix FMS construction business manager Craig White. “Unlike generic systems, the decision is based on having the right credentials and on the policy of the site.” For example, during the enrolment processes you can set a worker’s fingerprint to auto expire for reasons such as their CSCS card will expire on a certain date. You can set the simple to use software to restrict access to personnel on certain shifts meaning they can only gain access through the turnstile within the parameters set by the software administrator.
The time and attendance reports can be compared against invoices, reducing inaccurate payments and wage disputes. Turnstiles are available in half height, full height, single bi-directional and double with other forms of access such as proximity, pin or multimodal units.