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QR codes provide a number of benefits to construction workers, including:
- Tracking projects and materials through scanning as opposed to manual data entry.
- Displaying safety regulations and procedures through QR codes that provide immediate access to information.
- Streamlined communication between workers, managers, and supervisors.
- Displaying marketing materials on signs, business cards, and more.
QR in construction are matrix barcodes that can store and share information about a construction project. They provide a quick and convenient way to:
- Store and access detailed information about a project, such as drawings, instructions, and safety protocols.
- Access information quickly and easily.
- Reduce paperwork and streamline communication between the site manager, contractors, and the design team.
- Track inventory, document progress, and ensure compliance with safety regulations.
In the US, there is not currently a mandate on QR codes in construction sites. However, other countries already require them for all workers or visitors on a site. While not required on US construction sites, they may be used to:
- Help ensure safety and compliance.
- Track attendance and ensure workers are present and accounted for.
- Track materials and equipment used onsite.
- Share safety information and provide easy access to it onsite.
- Track and manage compliance with regulations.