Following the successful pilot, the Canadian-based gold mining company, with projects across Canada, the United States, Chile, Brazil, Russia, and beyond, has decided to further bridge the gap across field and office, giving workers an easy and intuitive way to report hazards and resolve field issues.
Scoop MAE (Mobile Awareness & Engagement), an app developed in Vancouver, BC also has existing contracts with electronics manufacturer LG, marine manufacturing company, Seaspan and building materials fabricator, OldCastle.
CEO of Scoop MAE, Babak Sadary said “Our continuing relationship with Kinross is another exciting milestone and will help us to break new ground in our fresh approach to onsite reporting, issue management and media-rich, simplified data-collection.”
The Scoop team are working closely with Kinross in developing new features and leveraging the platform to ensure the evolution of the product and that it aligns with our clients’ requirements.
The Scoop MAE application is available for Android, iOS and in web browsers enables designated team members to report issues while at the scene, using text, photos, videos and audio notes.
Giving a workforce the ability to report safety issues directly to a colleague, manager or head office saves time, potential injury and work stoppages.
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