Biosite is delighted to announce that is has acquired Galven Ltd trading as Mosaic Management System, and it will be maintaining the entire team.
Mosaic was the first to introduce Smart card technology into the construction sector and is the pioneer in making full use of this technology to help manage today’s workforce using a mobile setting.
The product is perfect as a Health & Safety passport that has equal capabilities for the direct employed and sub-contractor alike. Using PDA’s, Smart Phone Apps, tablets and Biometrics, Mosaic can gather and fully manage many of the workforce processes such as Inductions, Daily briefings & Toolbox talks, Occupational health, Fatigue, Time & Attendance, stock issuing and asset inspections, with a fully comprehensive competency management system at its core.
Since 2010, Biosite has been providing access control solutions that are ideal for construction sites. In more recent years, we have extended our product portfolio to give customers a complete integrated solution to help manage, monitor and maximise safety and security on their sites, and this new acquisition is another great asset to our already unrivalled product range.
John Micciche, Managing Director for Mosaic, said, “When our product is tied in with an Access Control system it becomes one of the most complete and comprehensive workforce management tools on the market today. Biosite was the ideal choice for us to partner with. Not only do they have an innovative Access Control solution, but they developed their own algorithm for fingerprint recognition that is one of the best in the world. To top that, they manufacture their own products so they have complete control every step of the way. This is a really exciting step forward for us.”
Li Wang, Managing Director of Biosite, said, “Health, safety and workforce management are at the centre of Biosite’s offering, so this was an obvious new partnership for us. We are now able to provide customers with an even greater solution that can support the management of their operatives and construction sites, giving them peace of mind that their health and safety matters are in good hands.”