Worker Training Verification System to be Demoed at National Safety Council Expo
Credential Verification Service boosts safety by letting supervisors view employee training records on a mobile device—only workers qualified to do jobs safely are assigned
ROCKVILLE, Maryland—Safety starts with making sure only well-trained workers do potentially hazardous jobs. Credential Verification Service (CVS), the best way to verify worker training, will demonstrate the service’s features at the National Safety Council Congress & Expo in October.
CVS provides each employee with a photo ID card with a unique QR code. When the QR code is scanned with any smartphone or tablet, the employee’s training records are displayed.
Data is managed in a single location companywide and stored securely in the cloud. CVS is used widely in safety-critical industries such as construction, healthcare, transportation and energy.
A new feature, the CVS mobile app, eliminates errors and delays associated with paper attendance sheets. The app lets authorized trainers automatically record attendees who have completed courses. The trainer just scans the QR code on the badge of each employee to instantly update their training records. Alternatively, the trainer can enter the employee’s ID number.
It’s particularly useful for tracking field training such as tool-box talks, site orientations, and road-hazard briefings.
The CVS Mobile App works with iPhone and Android phones, and all tablets. It’s free for CVS customers.
Visit Credential Verification Service/InstantCard at Booth #744 at the Anaheim Convention Center from Oct. 17-19.
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Henry Stimpson, Stimpson Communications, 508-647-0705, [email protected]
David Finkelstein, Credential Verification Service, 301-637-4528, [email protected]