Contractor Visitor Journey

Chart showing the steps involved checking in a contractor

Visitor Profile

Contractor profiles are securely stored and easily accessible in visitor reports. This feature allows companies to track the historical presence of contractors, providing a clear record for compliance and reference.

A kiosk screen prompting visitor to enter in name, phone number, company, and take a photo.
Kiosk with agreement and a "sign here" box


After selecting their reason for visit, in this case being a contractor, they are prompted to sign relevant agreements.


Serve contractor’s videos on safety and job-specific briefings. Ensuring that contractors are well informed prepares them for their tasks on-site and contributes to a secure work environment.

A video playing on kiosk, with text on screen that says "Always wear your hard hat"
Kiosk quiz question, asking what PPE is required on factory floor.


A quiz will appear after any videos, to ensure both that the information was retained and records for compliance.


Visitors receive a badge as the final step of the check-in process. Badges ensure that employees can readily identify contractors and understand their purpose for being on-site. This extra layer of identification enhances overall site security and communication.

A contractor grabbing their badge from printer, with the kiosk screen stating "Thank you for checking in. Your badge is printing."
Illustration of worker sitting at desk, receiving a notification.


With the check-in complete, a notification will be sent to the visitor, notifying them that the host is on the way. The host will also receive notifications alerting them to the visitors arrival.

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