On-Site Monitoring Report is made after an expert or specialist, an employee on behalf of the entity or the client, or a government person visits a construction or factory off-station site to analyze. These reports are the records of the activities taking place on the site and the specialist's feedback on them. It is a compulsory action when a loan or charity is being used to construct an asset. At times, government officials also make these reports if the government thinks the asset could be beneficial to the government in the future or the construction is being done on behalf of the government.
The report is useful to keep a check on the site's progress and keep a record of the visits of such specialists. The experts are liable to create the reports for the entity's owner or any person they are hired by.