When Mobile Users access the Safesite app, the first screen that will appear is a list of action cards that are assigned to them or a team they belong to. These cards represent unresolved hazards, incomplete actions, and daily, weekly or one-off assigned actions that need to be completed.

Upon logging in to the Safesite Mobile app or website, the action cards listed will be for all projects you are assigned to.

To view the action cards for a single project, simply touch All Projects at the top of the screen and select the desired project from the pop-up menu. The action cards will then update accordingly.

Simply touch an action card and the app will automatically direct you to the appropriate screen to address it.

There are three types of action cards: Safety Action Cards, Unresolved Hazard Cards, and Incomplete Items.

Safety Action cards will display under the Actions tab tasks and are assigned by an Admin. The actions must be completed by a set date which is indicated by the days left counter. These actions include conducting inspections, conducting meetings, and logging observations, among others.

Administrators can assign specific Meeting or Inspection templates through Safety Campaigns or leave them open for the Mobile User to decide which template to select.

If there is a specific Meeting or Inspection template assigned to you to complete, the title of the template will appear on the action card.

When actions are completed, the action card counter will decrease or be removed from the page.

Unresolved Hazard Cards will appear under the Hazards tab. When these are completed, the action cards will be removed from the lists of all team members who are assigned to the responsible team.

Incomplete Items consist of actions that are still pending completion after they have been saved as drafts.

Click on the links below to learn more about how to log each Safety Action on the Safesite Mobile app:

Inspections

Meetings

Observations

Hazards

Incidents

Equipment Inspections

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