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LOGISTICS & TRANSPORT

Long standing issues within the logistics industry have related to accurate capture and reporting of mobile employees as well as route completion throughout the day.  Recent technologies have enabled improved better tracking of vehicles and other assets without a focus on the employees.

Often due to unanticipated events employees are called upon to work extended hours, greatly increasing the safety risk to drivers and other staff if the appropriate break times are not observed.

  • Mobile Staff Time Capture

Mobile staff can use both static devices at depots and mobile devices for time and activity capture throughout their  shifts with GPS tracking of the locations at which they clock IN/OUT, etc.

  • Route Time Tracking

Easy to see route tracking and timings will give quick visibility as to their route times and locations during their shift runs in addition to vehicle tracking systems. 

  • Fatigue Management

Automated Exception reporting will provide Management with timely reporting and accurate alerts as to breaches of OH&S compliance should employees work beyond prescribed time periods without taking mandatory breaks.


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Staff used to turn up around about starting time… if they were expected at 10am, they might arrive by 10.15 (but still write 10 on their timesheet).  Now, staff are seen running through the carpark to clock on at the correct time.

Dicey Rileys Garden City

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