Digitalize Work-Related Documents for Compliance

Collecting and keeping track of work-related documents is a significant challenge for safety managers in the construction industry. With stringent regulations and certifications required for various tasks, keeping track of each worker’s credentials can become overwhelming. Many contractors are still resorting to pen and paper and physical storage which takes time and makes compliance difficult. The consequences of non-compliance can be severe, leading to hefty fines, project delays, and safety hazards.

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

Imagine a construction site bustling with activity. Every worker on site needs to have up-to-date certifications for tasks ranging from operating heavy machinery to performing CPR. Safety managers must ensure that only certified individuals are assigned to specific roles. 

However, managing this manually often results in gaps where certifications expire without notice, or workers are assigned tasks they are not certified for. For instance, a project might require a certified forklift operator, but due to lapses in document management, an uncertified worker might end up operating the machinery, leading to potential accidents and liabilities.

Safety managers need an aggregated view of their workforce’s certifications to make informed decisions about training needs and workforce capabilities.


The solution to these challenges lies in digitizing and centralizing the management of work-related documents. A digital system can automate the tracking of certifications, send reminders before they expire, and provide instant access to this information. By moving away from manual tracking, safety managers can ensure that all workers on site are compliant with necessary certifications, reducing the risk of accidents and non-compliance penalties.

Digitization also facilitates better reporting and analytics. Senior managers can easily access dashboards showing the certification status of the workforce, identify gaps, and plan for training sessions accordingly. This proactive approach ensures a compliant and capable workforce, ready to handle the demands of the construction site safely.

Twiceme as a Solution

Twiceme Technology offers a comprehensive solution to the problem of managing work-related documents. By integrating Twiceme’s digital platform, safety managers can seamlessly collect, track, and manage certifications and work-related documents. Here’s how Twiceme addresses the key challenges:

  1. Paperless Document Management: Twiceme allows for the collection and storage of all work-related documents in a single digital platform. Workers can easily upload, access, and manage certifications, training records, and work permits. 
  2. Automated Expiration Tracking: Twiceme’s system automatically tracks the expiration dates of certifications and sends reminders to both workers and managers. This ensures that no certification lapses go unnoticed, maintaining compliance at all times.
  3. Real-Time Accessibility: In the field, instant access to workers’ certification statuses is crucial. Twiceme provides real-time access to this information through its mobile app, enabling safety managers to verify certifications on the spot.
  4. Aggregated Reporting for Senior Managers: Twiceme offers robust reporting tools that give senior managers an aggregated view of the workforce’s certification status. This includes insights into how many workers are certified for specific tasks, such as driving trucks or performing CPR, and when these certifications will expire. This data is critical for workforce planning and ensuring compliance across all levels of the organization.
  5. Enhanced Safety and Compliance: With Twiceme, construction sites can maintain higher safety standards by ensuring that only certified individuals perform specific tasks. This reduces the risk of accidents and non-compliance fines, fostering a safer working environment. 

Get started today

Ensure your construction site is compliant and safe with Twiceme Technology. By digitizing and centralizing the management of work-related documents, you can streamline compliance, reduce risks, and enhance the overall safety of your workforce. 

Don’t wait for an accident or a fine to realize the importance of proper document management. Take proactive steps today to safeguard your site and workforce.

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