Struggling to keep track of important documentation for your workers in the field?Stay organized and eliminate the risk of lost documents with Onix Worker. Centralize all necessary documentation in one easy-to-access platform, ensuring your workforce is properly equipped.
Easily follow safety protocolsCombine Onix Worker with Onix Tags, and workers can scan QR codes or tap NFC with the app and get instant access to the entire inspection history and documentation. No more checking paperwork to find out if a hook, strap or swivel is safe and approved to use.
See how Onix Worker fits into the Onix Work ecosystemOnix Worker is the worker’s tool inside the Onix Work ecosystem. Click the link below to see how it relates to all the other tools:
Some of the companies we work with today
Hundreds of companies are using Onix to optimise their business operations
How does Onix Worker work?Our goal is to simplify your workday by making finding equipment information as easy as possible.
Take control of worker safetyWith Onix Worker, you can easily manage your job site activities, track equipment usage, and monitor that daily operator maintenance is performed correctly.
Operator maintenance made easyOnix Worker lets workers use digital checklists to perform daily maintenance and safety checks, eliminating the uncertainty of whether safety procedures are actually completed.
Quickly identify equipment with RFID, QR and NFCWith Onix Worker in combination with Onix Tags, workers will be able to scan each piece of equipment with their phones, getting instant access to its entire inspection history.
“Every operator would benefit from a cloud-based system to store certificates, inspection reports, and other documentation that is required to use the lifting equipment.”
Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
We want to simplify your life. Below are answers to the questions we get asked most frequently:
To set up notifications you can log into Onix Work, navigate to your User Settings, and go into Alerts.
Onix Work has many discovery statuses, the most common ones are "NC", "RC" and "MO".
NC = Non-conformity
RC = Recommendation
MO = Specified requirements are fulfilled, but the condition can develop negatively
In Onix Work we use the traffic light system to easily inform the users of the seriousness of issues and when the next due inspection is for equipment.
Due in the next 45 days
In order to start performing maintenance and service jobs, you must first set up checklists in your Onix Work company settings. Equipment delivered by suppliers always has a Job interval for Mandatory inspection, in order to perform maintenance and service jobs on a piece of equipment you may have to add a new job class for either Operator maintenance or Preventive maintenance.
Checklists can be found by going to your Settings > Connected content > Checklists