Digitalize Inspections to Become Compliant Faster

Ensuring compliance with safety and inspection protocols on construction sites is a critical task for safety managers. Traditionally, inspections have been carried out using pen and paper, a method prone to human error, inefficiency, and data loss. Keeping track of inspection dates, identifying equipment failures, and addressing compliance issues manually can lead to significant oversights and increased risk of accidents.

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Statistics you should care about


Potential savings per worker by lowering the number of incidents at sites


Reduction in injury claims at sites with regular inspections


Savings for every $1 spent on preventative safety measures

Christian Connolly
CEO, Twiceme
Jack Svensson
COO, Twiceme
Pelle Strandell
Product designer, Twiceme

Consider a scenario where an inspector is responsible for inspecting dozens of pieces of equipment on a large construction site. Each inspection requires meticulous documentation, and missing even a single inspection can result in equipment failure, potentially endangering workers. After the inspection, signing and filing the report physically means, records can be misplaced, handwriting can be misinterpreted, and updating inspection logs is time-consuming. 

Furthermore, ensuring that old equipment is compliant with new updated safety standards is a daunting task, often leading to missed deadlines and non-compliance penalties.

In another example, a piece of equipment might fail an inspection, but the paper record gets lost before it can be addressed. This could result in the equipment being used unknowingly, leading to accidents and significant liability issues for the company. 

Safety managers need a more reliable, efficient way to handle inspections and compliance documentation.


The solution to these challenges is digitizing the inspection process. A digital inspection tool can automate data collection, provide real-time updates, and generate comprehensive reports. This transition from pen and paper to digital records can save time, reduce errors, and ensure all inspections are properly documented and accessible.

Digitizing inspections also allows for easier tracking of expiration dates, identification of compliance issues, and timely addressing of equipment failures. With digital records, safety managers can export data to various formats such as Excel, PDF, and CSV, making it easier to share and analyze information. 

Integrating the inspection tool directly into the equipment eliminates the need for additional stickers and simplifies the entire process.

Twiceme as a Solution

Twiceme Technology offers a state-of-the-art product inspection tool designed to streamline and enhance compliance management on construction sites. Here’s how Twiceme’s tool addresses the key challenges:

  1. Digital Inspection Records: Twiceme’s tool moves inspections from pen and paper to a digital hand-held platform, reducing the risk of errors and data loss. All inspections can be made directly in the field and data is securely stored and easily accessible.
  2. Automated Reminders: The tool provides automated reminders for upcoming inspections and equipment maintenance, ensuring that no inspection is missed. Real-time updates keep safety managers informed about the status of all equipment on site.
  3. Comprehensive Reporting: Twiceme allows safety managers to export inspection data to various formats (Excel, PDF, CSV), facilitating easy sharing and analysis. This helps in identifying trends, addressing compliance issues promptly, and planning maintenance activities effectively.
  4. Built-in Technology: Twiceme integrates directly into the equipment, eliminating the need for additional stickers or external tags. This integration ensures that inspection data is always linked to the correct piece of equipment, enhancing accuracy and reliability. 
  5. Enhanced Compliance and Safety: By providing a comprehensive overview of expiration dates, equipment failures, and compliance issues, Twiceme ensures that construction sites remain compliant with safety standards. This proactive approach reduces the risk of accidents and improves overall site safety.

Get started today

Ensure your construction site remains compliant with Twiceme’s Product Inspection Tool. By digitizing your inspection process, you can save time, reduce errors, and maintain a higher standard of safety. Don’t let outdated inspection methods put your workers at risk.

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