SiteHive Product Update July 2021: Attended Monitoring

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SiteHive Product Update July 2021: Attended Monitoring
Real-time, 24/7 monitoring provides a range of benefits we love - but attended monitoring will still always have a place. Attended monitoring allows people to collect specific and snapshot data, and apply their experience in making subjective judgements about what's happening on site. ... Read More

SiteHive Product Update July 2021: Water

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SiteHive Product Update July 2021: Water
The surface water aspect of your site is often a key environmental risk on major projects. Most projects monitor this risk via attended measurements and laboratory analysis, which provide the data needed - but it can be time-consuming and leaves your water data fragmented, and isolated, from othe... Read More

SiteHive Product Update July 2021: Reporting Quick Stats

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SiteHive Product Update July 2021: Reporting Quick Stats
Understanding trends in site data, across all aspects, is a core component of successfully managing your environmental impact. SiteHive's Reporting page has just been updated to help significantly with this task, now showing trends across all paramaters for key aspects. For Dust... Read More

SiteHive Product Update July 2021: Portfolio Map View

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SiteHive Product Update July 2021: Portfolio Map View
An increasing number of SiteHive users are managing multiple sites, often across broad geographic areas. Especially with the prominence of working from home, being able to see, and action, site activity remotely is a key feature of SiteHive. This is now even easier, with the release of the SiteHi... Read More

SiteHive Product Update July 2021: Noise Background Levels

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SiteHive Product Update July 2021: Noise Background Levels
Understanding existing environmental conditions, especially noise levels, is a critical component of a pro-active approach to managing the impact of works. Commonly referred to as 'background levels', and 'rating background levels' or RBLs in NSW, they often guide the noise limits... Read More