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Automating Procore Pre-Task Plans and JHAs using Nyfty's JHA-PTP Bot

Updated: Mar 15

Construction sites are busy and productive places, but safety is always a top priority. That's where Pre-Task Plans (PTPs) and Job Hazard Analyses (JHAs) come in. Superintendents may find PTPs to be a daily hassle, as they have to remind people to complete them and then upload them to Procore. However, Nyfty's JHA-PTP Bot is changing the game by prompting Foremen with text messages, making it easier for them to comply. In this blog post, we'll explain how Nyfty's JHA-PTP Bot can automate PTPs and JHAs on construction sites, and its benefits.


Text Message Prompting

One of the biggest benefits of using Nyfty's JHA-PTP Bot is the way it prompts foremen. Instead of having to chase people up and remind them to complete their PTPs and JHAs, the Bot sends text messages to prompt them. This means that foremen are reminded without the need for constant supervision, and Superintendents can focus on other important tasks. Additionally, the Bot makes it easy for foremen to comply by allowing them to copy a previous day’s document and update it to today's conditions and activities. This saves time and ensures that PTPs and JHAs are completed accurately.



Deep Integration with Procore

Another benefit of using Nyfty's JHA-PTP Bot is its deep integration with Procore’s Forms Tool, Documents Tool, and even their Inspections Tool. This means that PTPs and JHAs are seamlessly integrated into Procore's workflows, allowing for easy tracking and monitoring. The Bot also ensures that all necessary fields are completed before the document can be uploaded, reducing the risk of incomplete documents being submitted.


No need to worry about attendance, but you can

Managing site attendance can be a hassle that takes up a lot of your time and effort. Luckily, Nyfty's JHA-PTP Bot can help you automate this process and save you valuable time.


With the JHA-PTP Bot, you don’t need to manage site attendance, instead you can use our QR Trigger Bot, which is super simple to use. The QR Trigger Bot allows you to automate the process with Foremen only, so you don't need to manage site attendance. Additionally, if you'd like to keep track of workers on the job site, you can use Nyfty's QR Attendance Bot, an easy way to manage site attendance.


By automating the site attendance process, you can focus on more important tasks. The JHA-PTP Bot works seamlessly with QR Attendance Bot, so you can automate the entire process from attendance tracking to PTPs and JHAs without any additional effort. This not only saves you time but also ensures that the process is accurate and efficient.



How do I get started?

Nyfty's JHA-PTP Bot is a game-changer for construction sites looking to improve productivity and safety. With its ability to prompt Foremen, deep integration with Procore, and the ability to automate site attendance, the Bot makes completing PTPs and JHAs a breeze.


Best of all, it's available on a free plan, making it accessible to all construction sites, regardless of their size or budget. If you're looking to improve your construction site's productivity and safety, give Nyfty JHA-PTP Bot a go. You can sign up for a free trial today.


With its cost-effective solution, real-time updates, and ability to eliminate manual data entry, the JHA-PTP Bot is a must-have tool for any construction company looking to improve its efficiency and reduce its costs.


Head to the Nyfty Console and check out JHA-PTP Bot. It's free and really easy to get up and running. If you do need a hand though, just give us a shout.

Sound good?

Well here’s more good, all of our Nyfty Bots are super easy to set up, use and maintain. Our users love them. They are the Little Robot Helpers that can make a huge difference to your day. You can use any of our Bots on a completely free plan, and we promise we won’t hammer you with sales calls, have a play here.


If you do have any questions, schedule a chat with Matt, Nyfty’s Co-Founder. Feel free to make a time in his calendar here.


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