QR Code for NRMM Compliance Checking

To reduce impacts from diesel plants emissions, construction sites are required to fulfil certain NRMM emissions requirements under planning conditions. Site managers and sustainability managers would be required to carry out routine checking on NRMM on site to ensure compliance.

To streamline the checking process, Mace has prepared QR Code stickers for NRMMs on site, which each QR Code links to the document with plant information stored on the cloud system. The document will include photos of the plants and their engine plates, the year manufactured, EU approval information and more which will facilitate the compliance checking.

Traditionally, the compliance checking will require stopping the plants from works for the person to get to the plants and open the engine covers for checking. This checking method is relatively less efficient and can be less safe.

With the QR Code labels affixed onto the NRMM plants, checking plant information can be as easy as just scanning the QR Code with a mobile phone (or works with any QR Code reader application) without stopping the plants and plant data sheets can be loaded. The online document can be made available to everyone with the QR code, which reduces the chance of missing documents or looking for files and records if borrowed by another team.

This QR Code system applies the internet cloud technology to the routine compliance check on legislative requirement to streamline checking on site making it easier, less paperwork, more accessible to up-to-date plant information, safer and checking plants within a larger construction site easier.

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