We Are Exhibiting at the IHEEM Healthcare Estates Annual Conference
Come and see us on stand B9, 9-10 October at Manchester Central
We will be demonstrating Reset Access Mobile, extending Reset's use to smaller buildings and dispersed premises visited less frequently.
The Reset Access Mobile terminal incorporates a unique location identifier and is entirely self-sufficient. It uses contactless technology which means the terminals require no external data or electrical power.
Using the Reset Virtual Card app on their smartphones, Reset Access Mobile allows contractors and staff to:
1. Log their arrival, activities and departure from site by simply placing their smartphone close to the Access Mobile terminal.
2. Through their Reset Virtual Card app the user enter details of their activities on site, where they will be working and for whom.
3. On departure, the user places their smartphone close to the Access Mobile terminal and through the app logs off site. It really is that simple!
Reset Access Mobile is the latest innovation that helps estates directors, health and safety professionals, NHS trusts and facilities managers to fulfil their duty in law which requires them to ensure the contractors they allow onto their sites are competent to work safely.
Reset gives clients the ability to verify competences at corporate and individual employee level, when their contractors are engaged or being set to work. Using Reset can substantially reduce costs for clients by eliminating the need to collect and maintain information from contractors.
Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust is one of the first organisations to benefit from Reset Access Mobile.
Visit Reset's stand B9 at Manchester Central to find out more, or www.rcscard.co.uk