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Benchmarking tool goes live

SiteWise has launched a new feature which will make monitoring contractors’ health and safety performance easier.

The new dashboard is now live, and will be available to all Level One (main contractor) users of the health and safety prequalification system as part of an initial three-month pilot.

The dashboard will allow users to view the average overall health and safety rating of their contractors, and compare it against the rest of the SiteWise database.

SiteWise account manager Nigel Palmer says the new tool will make it easier for businesses to keep track of their contractors, ensuring that their information is up to date, as well as monitoring their health and safety performance.

“This is an exciting development, which we believe will greatly improve contractor management,” Mr Palmer says.

“The dashboard will give main contractors a real-time view of where their contractors are at, and allow them to benchmark overall performance.

“Another new feature is the alerts, which will allow Level One users to see which contractors need to be updated. To make using the system even easier, we’ve also added an invitation tool, which means users can issue their contractors with a direct request to join SiteWise from within the system itself.”

Access to the dashboard will be automatic and complimentary for all Level One SiteWise users for the first three months.

To join SiteWise, or to find out more about the improvements, visit


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