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Check Construction Worker Training in More Detail via Enhanced ID Card

Credential Verification Service now shows issuing authority and more


ROCKVILLE, Maryland—With Credential Verification Service’s new enhancement, construction supervisors and trainers can now track even more details about each employee’s credentials.

CVS provides photo ID cards printed with a QR code. When the QR code is scanned with a smartphone or tablet, the employee’s training records are displayed.

Now, available information includes the trainer or issuing authority and other items of note, such as license number and type of training.

When the credential is displayed on a phone, tablet or computer screen, it’s highlighted if more details are available. A tap on the screen pulls up the added information.  Basic information includes credential name, date attained and expiration date.

More details are available at www.credentialverificationservice.com/allow-display-complementary-information

Credential Verification Service is used in safety-crucial industries such as construction, healthcare, energy, and transportation. It helps employers make sure only qualified workers are assigned potentially hazardous jobs. Besides ID cards, CVS is also available via a silicone wristband.

The service can be ordered at www.credentialverificationservice.com or by contacting CVS at [email protected] or 888-980-6179.

Credential Verification Service is a service of InstantCard (https://instantcard.net), America’s leading 100 percent cloud-based ID card service since 2007.  

Identity card best practices are posted on Twitter (@instantcardid) and LinkedIn (www.linkedin.com/company/instantcard).


Credential Verification Service now shows issuing authority and employer’s notes.  

September 2017

David Finkelstein, Credential Verification Service, 301-637-4528, [email protected]