Pool Safety Inspections using Digital

Pool safety inspection software has been developed for use in the Australian State of Queensland following new legislation that requires all pools in the State to be inspected by a qualified inspector. The legislation was an effort by the Government to reduce the number of infant deaths caused by drownings in unsafe pools. The legislation requires all pools to be fenced and gated to meet certain measurement requirements set out in the legislation.

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Reach The Next Level with Paperless

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Paperless Solar Checklist App

Paperless solar checklist apps allows business to preform and monitor solar inspections, installations and maintenance most efficiently. To ensure legislative requirements are met, solar installers and professionals are turning to paperless automation systems for their installations and regular inspections, allowing greater flexibility, improved reporting functionalities and increased efficiency all round.

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Paperless Inspection of Medical Equipment

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Benefits of Digital Safety Inspections

As cumbersome and disengaging as the hazards is the process of inspection and regular maintenance as it requires paperwork that goes through the process of data gathering/compilation, encoding, analysis and reporting. By the time a call to action’s made, business operations are already compromised by safety issues. That scenario has changed as paperless safety inspection becomes the standard across industries where regular inspection and maintenance are necessary; inspectors are realising the benefits of digital safety inspections.

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Paperless Pre-Start Checks

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IEC 31010 is the International Standard for Risk Management

IEC 31010 provides another weapon for managers wanting to mitigate risk. In 2002, Donald Rumsfeld stated that “there are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns – the ones we don’t know we don’t know”. What can we learn from this?

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Time to Take Your Business Paperless

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Digital Quality Assurance – Modern Methods for Modern Products

Quality assurance is based on the basic premise of consistency. Consistency with industry regulations, previous products made or services given or that they are just up to organisational standards. The irony is that many organisations don’t keep their own background operations in inspecting quality up to scratch. Methods for inspection become out-of-date, lengthy processes where information is deciphered from the handwriting and wording of an inspector.

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Lifting Inspection: It’s easier with Digital

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