Developed by identity management and biometric solution providers, Human Recognition Systems, MSite Civil is a workforce management and reporting solution designed to meet the flexible needs of the civil environment.
MSite Civil uses the same software platform as MSite Build – the established construction solution which is currently in use with major contractors including Carillion, BAM and Balfour Beatty – but the new MSite Civil solution is configured to work without fixed perimeters and with non-fixed worker locations.
The platform provides a comprehensive and easy-to-use management and reporting system that collects information wirelessly and securely from locations several miles apart which is then collated at a central hub.
Reports can then be produced in real-time including muster reports, site safety records and accurate time and attendance reports against hours worked.
Nick Wilkinson, Construction Business Manager at HRS said: “MSite Build has been very well received by the construction industry, as it makes the processes of site access control, timesheet generation and attendance reporting accurate and less labour intensive.
“MSite Civil has been designed to make these benefits available to the civil environment, which usually operates without set boundaries and across wide areas geographically.
“The ability to generate real-time management information is especially useful in producing accurate reports for hours worked by employees and contractors.”
Human Recognition Systems was a finalist in the ‘Supply Partner’ category at the Construction News Quality Awards 2010.
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Notes to editors
HRS is an award-winning industry expert in biometric and identity management consulting, with specialist expertise in human behavioural analytics.
The company has been working with leading contractors – including Carillion and Morgan Ashurst – since 2003 and its MSite solution is currently installed in over 160 sites across the UK. At its largest site, the system is handling over 240,000 transactions a week.
Established in 2002 by entrepreneur Neil Norman, HRS quickly established itself as the market leader in developing multi-biometric, smart surveillance and identity management solutions for companies such as BNFL, The MoD and Manchester Airport.
The business offers consultancy to a number of sectors including Construction, Transport, Government, Defence and Critical Infrastructure.