Location-Driven Inspections Drive Compliance to Reduce Insurance Claims

NFC (Near Field Communication) and Bluetooth technologies enhance inspections to provide evidence of reasonable care when dealing with claims.

Whether you are inspecting aisle 5 or temping the chicken, paper inspections just aren’t cutting it. Paper inspections are clunky, not sanitary, and carry no weight in a court of law. They can be forged, lost, and do not verify that the inspector was in the area of the inspection while filling out the form.

With the use of NFC and Bluetooth technology we are able to PROVE that the inspector was (or wasn’t) at the location marker when he/she was supposed to be and determine whether or not the item or area was within compliance. By using that technology we have been able to provide you with a PROVEN solution to prevent certain claims within your facilities. Therefor, reducing your overall costs and frequency of claims. How does this help you?

  • Provides Evidence of Reasonable Care
  • Reduces insurance costs

How we PROVE Evidence of Reasonable Care when Dealing with Claims:

  • Location markers are strategically placed throughout the facility
  • Inspector scans location markers with inspection hardware, time and date-stamping the inspection, answering required question(s)
  • The inspection log is uploaded to our secure data vault and can be easily retrieved for verification of operational standards and proof of reasonable care when defending claims

How we Help Reduce Insurance Costs:

  • No accidents = Lowered insurance rates
  • No accidents = Lowered/no insurance payout
  • Some insurances give discounted rates for using ESP (Electronic Slip/Fall Prevention)

Move your mouse over the location markers below to learn more about how location technology is used within our platform.

(Tap on the location markers if you’re on a mobile device)


Location markers are strategically placed throughout an area or entire facility to ensure maximum coverage.


Scan the location marker to time and date-stamp the inspection, which verifies the inspector’s location.


Once the marker is scanned, the inspector will then be prompted with a question or series of questions applicable to that area (i.e. Is the area clear and hazard free?).


If the inspector’s response to a question is out of compliance a follow-up response/corrective action will be required.


Temperature recording capabilities are available to meet your food safety needs.


Out of compliant inspections can then be sent to management for review. Management can then sign-off to verify that the proper procedure was taken to correct the issue.


Location-driven inspections provide undeniable evidence of reasonable care when dealing with claims.

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