Assign asset inspections to members of your team, and determine how often they need to be renewed.
Each asset can be assigned to any number of employees. Assignees will receive an open-task when an inspection is missing, out-of-date, or expiring with a direct link to complete the inspection form you assign.
View the inspection status on any profile page or run a full-system status report to see which assets are up-to-date,
expiring, expired, or never completed.
Learn More: Inspection Status Report
Each asset may have any number of inspections required. For example, you might setup a pickup truck to have a weekly visual inspection on Mondays, plus an annual inspection that is much more in-depth, plus another inspection every 5,000 miles.
Schedules can be based on time intervals, or based on custom properties like "engine hours" or "miles". These are the common options for inspection intervals:
Check out the EHS Asset Management Overview page or learn more about specific features including:
Assign asset inspections to specific team members and choose how often it needs to be renewed.
Run reports to see which assets are have up-to-date, expiring, or expired inspections.
Each asset has its own profile page which lists inspection status, recent inspections, assignments, and more.
Build your own inspection forms for your team to fill out in the field.
Each asset is assigned a QR code which can be scanned to do a quick inspection or view the inspection status.
When an inspection is expiring or out-of-date, the system will automatically create an open task for the person assigned.
Decide which assets each team member can view, edit, create, or remove.
Setup automatic, scheduled reports to email you or your team asset inspection status reports.
Easily import large numbers of assets or inspection dates to get your site up-and-running quickly.