Safety Scoreboard for Multiple Locations 2.0.1
Display a scoreboard on your computer screen
Safety Scoreboard for Multiple Locations is a software utility you can use to display the number of days without incidents, as well as automatically increment their number every day. In addition, it can show this information for multiple job sites at the same time, as well as the number of near misses for each location.
Aside from the name of the job sites and the day count, the application is also capable of displaying a picture for every location, in order to make them easier to recognize. This, coupled with the fact that the utility can be easily maximized to occupy the entire screen and the large font size, makes the text very visible and easy to read.
Customize the appearance of the main screen
On the same note, it is also possible to change the entire color scheme of the application, in case you need to make the data easier to read in various lighting environments. Thus, you are able to change the background color of the entire window or for every separate location, as well as the text color of the columns and job site names.
In addition, you can also use a buzzer sound by pressing the appropriate button, which can be customized according to your preferences, using any WAV file from your computer. The scoreboard can be decorated by adding your own images, while the column names are also editable, if you want to change the text next to each data field.
A simple and customizable scoreboard
Despite the satisfying number of settings when it comes to the way the information is displayed, Safety Scoreboard for Multiple Locations is still a rudimentary application with just one function at its core, which basically a day counter. Hence, you can obtain the same results using far less complicated solutions.
Reviewed by Alexandru Dulcianu, last updated on October 8th, 2014
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Application descriptionSafety Scoreboard for Multiple Locations can be used for tracking the number of days without an incident and the numb...