Tracking EHS & OSHA compliance for workers at a busy construction site can be extremely challenging. With hundreds of workers coming in and out from multiple contractors plus a ton of regulatory requirements, sometimes compliance falls by the wayside. That's bad because penalties are severe, but no one really wants to have to check each worker every day to make sure they're correctly certified. Then, there are the limitation of any traditional system for managing compliance: there's no way to update a physical reference such as a plastic ID badge, so supervisors can't know if a badge is valid or not.
Enter Virtual Badge: If the worker has a Virtual Badge, they're compliant. With digital IDs, worker compliance for certifications, procedures, and rules are tied to the worker, which means if a license or certification goes out of date, their badge will expire until the worker has recertified. Managers and workers get notified when it's time to get a new certification, which provides a clear audit trail for following up on who still needs a credential. Prove compliance at the job-site with Virtual Badge, the first smartphone ID badging system.