First you create an “equipment type” including what inspections need to be done and how often. For example, you may create a “Fire Extinguisher” asset type which requires a monthly inspection and an annual inspection. You could have the monthly inspection happen on the first Monday of every month, and the Annual inspection could be on a “rolling” basis where it expires after exactly one year.
Now that you’ve defined the “equipment type”, it’s time to load all of your assets. Each asset can be assigned to any number of profiles. When the inspection status expires, the assignees will receive a task in their open-task list.
Inspection Status Reports
Run inspection status reports any time to see which assets have up-to-date, expiring, or expired inspections. Filter by asset type, location, assignee, or other custom fields to narrow in on the data you need.
This product is very customizable and has allowed us to expand our program usage beyond standard safety equipment tracking. We have used it for incident review documentation, manufacturing procedure reviews, and to meet our lab requirements through a single program.Michael F., SHE Engineer, Chemicals Industry