Jason Photo Site Security
"We really don't know who the individuals are who come on site from our suppliers."
Jason, Site Security at
Pay Dirt Mining*

What the TikForce platform delivers

The biggest challenge for security is ensuring individuals who enter a site or office can be identified, are supposed to be there, are fit to work, and are doing the job they are engaged to do. ID cards, passcodes, and breathalysers may be adequate but security risks increase depending on the size of the workforce, the number of third-party contractors involved, and the sensitivity of the business.

TikForce delivers a fool-proof system to verify the identity of all workers onto a site, and ensure they have the right credentials.

At-gate breath testing system - for workers -Integrated alcohol and drug testing at-gate, linked to verified identity, to provide certainty for zero tolerance sites.

TikForce solution for site security

Jason works at Pay Dirt Mining, a large mining company, with a workforce comprising employees, contractors and suppliers’ workers. He is responsible for site security, so determining which workers are from which company and performing which tasks on site can be a challenge. Jason is seeking an online workforce compliance solution which will help him:

*Jason is a representation of a TikForce client
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Jordy, Boilermaker*
"I need a police check for the job I am applying for."

Jordy has finished his apprenticeship as a boilermaker and is now looking for more opportunities to earn money fast. He would like a full time job but would consider FIFO or short term contract and shut down work if it meant higher pays. Each time he applies for a job, attends an interview, or goes to site, he needs to take copies of his boilermaker qualifications and tickets such as his working at heights and working in confined spaces licences. He also often needs to prove he’s fit to work with a police check and regular drug/alcohol testing.

*Jordy is a representation of a TikForce client