The proper installation of the Haines City parking lot paving is essential for the success of one’s business. This is, after all, the first thing customers see when they visit your property. Many customers choose to visit a store or a shop because of the ample and convenient parking spaces being provided by the business or the property owner.
However, when repairs and reconstruction is being made on your parking lot pavement, workers will come in and out of your property and it can sometimes be hard to monitor and secure your premises. Here are some ways on how to develop a system that will work to secure both the workers and your property:
Ask for the names of the workers and the copies of the IDs
Your contractor should provide a list of the names of the people that will work on your pavement. You should also ask for copies of their identification cards so that you can have a record of their names and other important information such as emergency contact people (who to call when something happens to them in your site) and their blood types (for emergency purposes again).
You can use this information to issue IDs to these people, so your property’s security guard can easily let them get in and out of your property.
Introduce the workers to your own employees
How many people are working for you? Gather all the pertinent ones who will directly engage with the pavement workers and introduce them to each other.
It helps if your own people know who the workers are since you cannot be on the site 24/7 to monitor the progress of the job and to check the number of workers in your contract’s payroll. It will also help if your own security guard can recognize the workers by face because they have to get in and out of the property.
Make them sign a record book for easy monitoring
Have a record book ready for the attendance of the workers. Make them sign the record book every time they clock in and clock out from their work.
Not only will you help the contractor monitor how his workers are performing, but you will also secure your own property. Though we trust contractors will hire trustworthy people to work in his company, we have our own backs to protect and we must take every precaution to ensure the safety of our properties.