Quickbase is an Invaluable Part of Consigli’s Gold Standard Safety Standards
The team at Consigli quickly created a solution with Quickbase to address safety on the jobsite and streamline safety documentation. Quickbase’s robust no-code platform enabled the team to create an application that met all their needs in under one month — allowing them to quickly see results.
Now, the field teams can scan a QR code at the front of each site, which pulls up a Quickbase form that workers can fill out on their devices in their car instead of forming a line in a cramped jobsite office. This allows site supervisors to track who is on site and the necessary safety requirements. They can easily approve or reject if a person is qualified to be on site from their mobile device.
The Quickbase solution can be easily customized, as each client dictates unique worksite safety needs. As some sites require additional things like specific safety gear, or extra safety walks and quality checks, the solution must be flexible to adapt and meet the specifications of each jobsite.
Quickbase has removed the need for multiple variations of the same safety form, reducing clutter and inefficiencies in the safety process.
Quickbase provides Consigli with a flexible choice for safety reporting, giving the teams the ability to customize safety requirements, such as specific protective gear or extra quality checks — without additional paperwork.
Even though each job is unique, Consigli has full visibility into their data and can maintain safety processes across unique events. The flexibility of their application means the teams can easily add new safety requirements or documentation to any job without having to overhaul the entire process, saving valuable time and ensuring the safety of everyone on a job.
With the help of Quickbase, Consigli creates custom solutions to their largest problems. Whether it’s being best-in-class at safety or serving as a central source-of-truth for their critical data, Quickbase supports the high standards of the “Consigli way.”