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The Victorian Government through the Level Crossing Removal Authority select Time & People to implement WhosOnLocation Visitor, contractor and Inudction Management software

Over the next eight years the The Victorian Government through the Level Crossing Removal Authority will oversee the removal of 50 dangerous and congested level crossings across Melbourne. This process involves thousands of people over many years who will all visit the Rail Training Centre in Melbourne Victoria.

The Level Crossing Removal Authority selected Time & People to implement WhosOnLocation Visitor, contractor and Induction Management software to make sure every person on site is compliant and informed with the latest compliance information. The Level Crossing Removal Authority works with suppliers to upskill workers to complete the removal of the 50 level crossings. Each person entering the Rail Training Centre needs to be inducted prior to attending any training courses in preparation for the work at each location. Induction expiry dates and renewals will all be managed by WhosOnLocation Visitor Contractor and Induction management software.

The Victorian Government allocated $2.4 billion in its 2015-16 budget to remove at least 20 level crossings by 2018. These sites form the basis of a long-term strategic plan being developed to remove all 50 level crossings by 2022.

Construction has already commenced on several sites, and planning and early consultation is underway for the delivery of the entire project.

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Blue Star Group expand Visitor Management system to more locations with Time & People

Blue Star group continue to expand the WhosOnLocation Visitor Contractor management system across more locations. Hilary shared the following feedback from the Henderson location in Auckland. We asked Hilary a few simple questions to get an understanding of how WhosOnLocation Visitor Contractor Management software has assisted her location.

How has WhosOnLocation assisted you in your business?

WhosOnLocation is a great way to keep track of who comes onto our premises. I know how long they have stayed and how often they visit. It enables us to keep track of what companies the visitors are from, their phone numbers (just in case we need to contact them again) and who they visited. The contractor software is invaluable.

How has WhosOnLocation assisted you with your Visitor and contractor management?

WhosOnLocation enables us to warn contractors and visitors of the hazards and requirements of coming onto our site so it is a time saving cost of using staff. Once they have been inducted you can add selected hazards to their logins to it to remind them what to aware of and that they have to acknowledge that they have read it. I can print off reports on who needs to be inducted again and when, what their phones numbers are, emails and have they signed a contractor’s agreement. I can keep track of the swipe cards and if they go missing I can look back on the records. It is easier, saves time and environmentally friendly.

What do you like most about WhosOnLocation?

The ease of use, back up help when needed and how useful it is for Health & Safety. You have proof of inductions, contractor training, hazards warnings and insurances at your fingertips and all stored in one area. How the system recognises that the contractor needs to be reminded again (yearly) of the hazards onsite and puts them automatically through it again. No having to make notes to remind you to do it manually. Also how you can put people on hold when you need to (don’t want them sneaking in when there inductions have expired).

What do you like least about WhosOnLocation?

The contractors grumbling when they have to go through the hazards warnings again until I remind them that it has been a year since they last did it!

What do you get with a visitor management system?

I was compelled to write this article after I saw a number visitor management software solutions offering so many additional charges from the initial charge that the cost of the solution became extreme, but some or many of the additional costs were hidden.

It is a great question, what do you get with the visitor management system and how much do you pay for that?

This is what I saw on a competitors website…..


  • Additional terminals for the same site: $44.99
  • Make it your own – remove vendor logo: $15
  • Active Directory integration: $15

You should not have to pay these excessive fees


We have customers with 10 terminals or visitor kiosks around a single location, I was at a hospital recently who added three more sign in kiosks taking the total number to 7, with the pricing above you could pay $300 or $400 a month per location just for additional kiosks.

Here at Time & People the visitor management pricing is very simple.

  • Every module is included no matter which plan you’re on. You do not need to pay more for the software at your location when you expand the system, you can add as many additional visitor management kiosks at your location as you need this does not change the cost of the software.
  • For example  you could add the contractor management module  because you need this module at your location to manage contractors.  There is no additional cost to add this module in our software  every module is included  in every plan.
  • We don’t think it’s right that small locations are not given access to all of the functionality we also don’t think it’s right that large locations  who need all the functionality should pay more.

So what do you get with the visitor management system?

You should get what you need. You should not have to pay more when you need more functionality, this should all be included. I have heard customers tell me how they have been trialing five or six or even seven  visitor management software solutions, the customers have also shared how difficult it is  to remember which one is which and how difficult it is to understand what is included and what is not included in the price. Our answer to this question has always been the same  every module is included  in the software no matter which plan you’re on,  small businesses, medium sized businesses and large businesses all get to use all of the functionality that’s in our software.

The best way to compare products is to organise a demonstration and during the demonstration make sure you ask the presenter to share with you where additional costs are included. A demonstration will also give you access to all of the functionality that is available in the software something that you may miss if you decide to take on five or six trials yourself.

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