Improving Safety at the Construction Sites with Smart Site Safety System (SSSS)

On average, approximately 7,500 people die every single day across the world due to unsafe and unhealthy working conditions, as reported by the United Nations. Isn’t this number shocking? Of course, this is very shocking news as most of the lives of the workers are at risk in various industries, including construction. Nowadays, the world is growing very fast by innovating new technologies and software with the help of AI technology to provide a safe and healthy work environment to employees. Construction safety is also blessed to minimize accident risks and increase workers’ safety with the help of the SSSS Construction (Smart Site Safety System) provided by viAct. In this article, you will understand how our innovative solution increases the safety of workers in the construction sector.

Understanding SSSS Construction

SSSS Construction, also known as Smart Site Safety System, is a complete safety monitoring solution developed by viAct. It uses the latest technologies like AI, IoT, and video analytics to create a safer working environment at construction sites, plants, and other workplaces. Our SSSS Construction aims to handle the pressing safety challenges faced by the construction industry. This system knows various safety concerns already happened in the construction sites like serious accidents that sometimes resulted in the death of the worker. It promotes transparency in workflow and improves the workplace efficiency of the workers by reducing the chances of accidents.

Key Features and Benefits of SSSS Construction

  • Reduction in Workplace Accidents: SSSS Construction has proven to reduce workplace accidents by up to 90%, significantly improving the safety record of construction sites.
  • Enhanced Workflow Transparency: The system provides real-time insights into workflow activities, ensuring greater transparency and accountability among workers and supervisors.
  • Improved Operational Efficiency: By rearranging safety protocols and risk management processes, SSSS Construction enhances operational efficiency, leading to smoother project execution.

The SSSS Construction is mainly invented for the construction sector. Its applications are not limited to only one industry. Industries such as oil & gas, smart cities, manufacturing, and mining can also benefit from viAct’s innovative safety solution. The adaptability of SSSS Construction makes it a valuable asset across various workplace environments.

Detailed Solutions Offered

  • Centralized Management Platform: viAct’s platform, viHUB, serves as a digital hub for monitoring site safety performance. It allows stakeholders to track and manage safety insights captured by AI cameras and IoT devices.
  • Digitalized Permit-to-Work System: The system offers a digitized permit-to-work (PTW) process, facilitating online application, issuance, and tracking of permits. This automated workflow reduces errors and advances approval processes.
  • PPE Detection: SSSS Construction employs AI to detect non-compliance with personal protective equipment (PPE) regulations, ensuring worker safety.
  • Danger Zone Access Control: AI-powered alerts notify workers and supervisors when individuals enter restricted or dangerous areas, preventing accidents related to interruption.
  • Confined Space Safety Monitoring: Our solution includes portable IoT devices for monitoring confined spaces, alerting workers to potential hazards like extreme temperatures.

User-Friendly Implementation

The implementation of SSSS Construction is easy with a simple three-step process: capture site data with existing cameras, process it using AI technology, and monitor insights through cloud or edge platforms. You do not require extra censoring devices, making it an easy solution for construction sites.


SSSS Construction provided by viAct represents a change in construction site safety. We help construction companies to create safer and more efficient work environments by using the power of AI and IoT. This system redefines safety standards in the construction industry by ensuring the safety of construction workers.