A recent survey by the Home Builders Federation has revealed that one in five people working on house-building sites is a foreign national and 12.6% of the construction workforce in the UK is foreign born. Yet despite this, nobody in the industry appears to want to grasp the thorny issue of Right to Work.
While the UK construction sector is presented with opportunities as a direct result of industry growth, challenges remain around accreditation validation; particularly for contractors who have thousands of workers across hundreds of sites at any one time. These companies face the challenge of ensuring all workers have the required training and qualifications for the work that they carry out.
Earlier this month, the Department for Education released its review of the Industry Training Boards (ITBs). This report was much anticipated in the industry, with many people expecting it to outline the changes required to really make a difference in the skills and training of the construction workforce.
Last night in London, Human Recognition Systems (with the MSite product) won the prestigious Editors Choice trophy at the Construction Computing Awards 2017.
We were delighted to receive this award as it reflects our dedication to the construction industry we serve and continuous drive for innovation with regards to our product.
Human Recognition Systems, with the MSite product, has been shortlisted for Technology Supplier of the Year at the Construction News Specialist Awards.
Human Recognition Systems are now offering a price match promise on all MSite access control pod rentals. If you find an identical product at a lower price, we guarantee we will match it.
A reinvigorated construction industry is good news for the UK. But, for the major contractors, the headache of managing thousands of employees and sub-contractors can see hundreds of man hours spent completing and filing pieces of paper and carrying out site inductions. Unlocking the key to expediting this process can result in significant savings across the board.
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MSite Online Inductions & Training has been shortlisted for Technological Innovation of the Year at the London Construction Awards 2017. This is the second award nomination our new product has received in the space of 3 weeks!
Partnering with UK construction technology specialists MSite, Carillion Construction Services (CCS) has transformed its company-wide inductions process by moving much of it into one online system.