Phillip Island Nature Reserve is a complex group of locations spread across Phillip Island near Melbourne Victoria. With approximately 230 employees, tens of thousands of visitors to attractions and hundreds of contractors every week the need for a comprehensive system to manage the presence of people on site was very high. When first contacted by Tracey the biggest issue was everything was manual and Tracey wanted to replace manual contractor management sign in and sign out sheets that included manual inductions with manual recording of expiry dates to remove wasted hours every week manually managing the manual data collected.
Manual processes often have issues when it comes to compliance, it is easy for a non compliant person to fall through a manual system.
More about Phillip Island Nature Parks….
Phillip Island Nature Park (PINP) is a conservation park located on Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia. Created in 1996, the park is owned by the Victorian State Government, however it is a self-funding commercial attraction for the purpose of animal conservation and research.
Located 1.5 hours drive south of Melbourne, PINP covers several separate areas over 1805 hectares. The parks include Pyramid Rock, Rhyll Inlet, Seal Rocks, and Cape Woolamai, with specific viewing and attraction areas that include the Nobbies Centre (seals, dolphins, and shark viewing), the Penguin Parade (little penguins coming ashore at dusk), Koala Conservation Centre, and the Churchill Island Heritage Farm. Phillip Island’s Penguin Parade is the only commercial venue in the world where you can see penguins in their own environment.
The Koala Conservation Centre is dedicated to koala research and conservation and allows the opportunity to view koalas in their natural habitat on treetop boardwalks.
Much of the park lies within the Phillip Island Important Bird Area, so identified by BirdLife International because of its importance in supporting significant populations of little penguins, short-tailed shearwaters and Pacific gulls.