KEEPING SITE SAFETY ON THE RIGHT TRACK
Email: support@SiteSoft.com | Freephone: +64 800 748 763 | Visit: www.SiteSoft.com
CELEBRATING 95 YEARS
OF STRENGTH IN DISTRIBUTING INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES
Applied Industrial Technologies is a leading
industrial distributor whose mission is to keep
MRO and OEM professionals up-to-date with
the industry's newest products and latest
trends for increasing productivity, reducing
costs, and generating success.
Applied is SKF’s largest bearing distributor in
New Zealand with eight locations across the
nation. Applied has first-hand access to SKF’s
complete range of products and services
including SKF reliability systems, sealing
solutions and SKF customised products.
Alongside SKF, Applied is also a proud
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distributor of Continental ContiTech, ABB
Dodge, Optibelt, Castrol and more.
Available are a range of products and services:
• Power transmission
• Hose and fittings
• Sealing technologies
Coming soon to Applied branches are IEC low
voltage motors from ABB. These are premium
motors for general purpose applications at
SiteSoft New Zealand Limited
Applied Industrial Technologies
Phone: (09) 274 0056 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: www.appliednz.co.nz Facebook: www.facebook.com/appliednz/
NEW TECH PLATFORM
HAS REAL-TIME FACTORY FOCUS
Introducing Tima Factory, a modern, web-native application that provides
cost-effective plant monitoring and access to key information, wherever and
Accurate, real-time information is available from the desktop, tablet or mobile
phones allowing factory employees to make informed decisions without leaving
their work area.
“Tima Factory is the information and engagement platform that your factory
needs so you and staff can make real-time decisions,” spokesman Mark
Phone: +64 274833275 | E-mail: email@example.com
SiteSoft GeoTrack tracks your contractors and
visitors and meets the compliance requirements of
the 2015 Health & Safety at Work Act.
“Our solution uses GPS tracking technologies to
determine if a visitor or contractor is entering a site,
is onsite or is leaving a site. Upon arrival SiteSoft
GeoTrack date and time stamps the visit and
delivers a site-specific induction to the person’s
mobile device. They are then required to view the
provided induction material and acknowledge that it
was read,” SiteSoft says.
They are also prompted to provide a reason for their
site visit which makes reporting quick, convenient
So how are contractors tracked? A GeoFence is set
up on a map. A GeoFence (magic fence, invisible
fence as others call it) is an area marked on a map.
Think of it as a virtual perimeter. When a contractor
crosses the virtual perimeter, they are marked to be
onsite. You can see it live in your onsite reports.
You can also register hazards, risks and incidents
using SiteSoft which can be automatically displayed
to visitors and contractors when they enter your