The Potential of Digital in your Business Inspections

Inspection management run of paperless methods replace the pen and paper for mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones, which the employees are guaranteed to have some base understanding of already. Such devices allow employees to carry out any inspection, audit, quality assurance or facility management protocol via their inspection application, using nothing but the device. Using features such as the camera to record pictures and then annotate them with the touchscreen, visual data can be recorded historically to show deterioration of assets or equipment. The question of connectivity is negated by inspection application providers often including offline recording capabilities and smartphone manufacturers providing offline speech-to-text services.

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Why Digital Within Business Operations is here to stay

It has long been said that within business cash is king. In the 21st century, there is a new kid on the block; information. During the early 2000s when the word cloud meant water vapour and smartphones were in their infancy, it would be hard to comprehend the importance of connectivity in today’s world. Today organisations focus on their analytics of Big Data, which has taken an almost fundamental position in business development. Access to such information gives knowledge such as Return on Investment statistics (ROI), consumer insights, market performance, asset performance, organisational historical statistics etc. Today’s business information and analysis ultimately controls the king of the 20th century – cash.

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Paperless Inspection Management

Inspections can be carried out by inspectors using mobile devices in the form of tablets or smartphones just like their consumer versions. On these devices are preloaded applications which allow an inspector or machinery operator to carry out their necessary inspection or pre-start check with ease. Checklists can be preloaded via the back-end web-portal available and accessible via any internet connection login. The checklists can hence be easily updated and be changed to comply with regulations, or inspection requirements.

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Winter Paperless Inspection

Whilst many organisations operate out of office buildings, there are usually assets and equipment that have to withstand colder temperatures and inclement weather. For this reason, its important to understand how to adapt to colder periods in your inspections. The top way that businesses are easily shifting over to winter inspection checklists is using paperless inspection solutions. Compliance with regulations such as ISO 2810, 4665 or 15110 that guide how materials should be prepared and maintained to withstand weathering.

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Five Reasons to Implement Digital Methods

What bigger reason does a business need for going digital than a boost in efficiency? Supplementing workplace methods with digital methods in inspection improves your productivity by cutting down excess time, steps and expenditure. Savings across these categories ensures you’re spending less time fixing problems or going through tedious steps of outdated methods and can spend more time on keeping customers happy. More happy customers = higher profit. Less time, steps and expenditure = fewer costs. Higher profit + fewer costs, well nothing else needs to be said.

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Physical Distance Alerts now part of the Pervidi Paperless Inspection Solution

If you manage a Construction Site, Manufacturing Facility, Warehouse, Mine, Oil Exploration Facility, or any Industrial Site, a reported COVID-19 illness can cause a site shutdown.  By tracking physical distance information, companies can mitigate their risk and determine exposure to their workforce in a timely manner.

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Physical Distancing Notification Software for Mobile

A physical distancing alert application provides a proximity alert that is installed on and pinged off every employee’s mobile phone; having the following features:

  • An audio, visual and vibration alert every time an employee was too close (e.g. 1.5m) to another employee
  • A daily wellbeing checklist/questionnaire for employees to fill out on their mobile phones  before attending the factory to ensure they have complied with proper hygiene methods, do not have a temperature or other symptoms like sore throat. The checklist could also report contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19.
  • Tracing report that allows the employer to determine who has been in contact with the infected employee, including the duration and the physical distance.

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Why Invest in Inspection Software? – Why it Pays to go Premium

For any inspection purpose; safety, asset management, quality assurance, compliance or CMMS, it pays to go premium. Packed with features, Pervidi gives users the ability for B2B tailoring and integration with your current Business Intelligence. Not convinced by the power of Pervidi? Here’s a comparison taking some of the leading industry inspection solutions and what you can expect from free solutions.

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Paperless Field Service Inspection

Many service organisations had to carry large equipment manuals to each site and take numerous data sheets and price lists to fill in which could be lost along the way. The introduction of smart phones and tablets, hosting paperless field service application can provide easy access to electronic resources. With the introduction of paperless field service application, service providers saw an opportunity to become as paperless as possible with the advances in technology, which would in turn speed up the overall workflow and allow them to better service their clients.

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Checklists and Paperless Inspection

If done correctly, automating inspections can dramatically simplify daily processes and speed up tasks compared with paper-based data collection. For example, using barcodes or RFID tags can expedite daily routines with minimal effort and simple setup. Using features such as ‘quick pass,’ which records the results of your visual inspections with literally ‘one click,’ is another way to improve efficiencies. Using speech to text (converting your speech to text and reports) capabilities is another way to save time while recording the inspection/audit result in the field.

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