Enhance efficiency from field to office with a mobile app

iAuditor Field Inspection Software

Raise the Standard at Each Field with a Field Inspection App

A field inspection app is a digital tool that allows field inspectors to conduct smart and efficient inspections. Record information and immediately report back to landlords and clients using a single app. Speed up your work from field to office to clients with the iAuditor Field Inspection App.
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Why choose iAuditor's Field Inspection App?

iAuditor by SafetyCulture is more than just a mobile inspection app or checklist creator; it is a digital tool that will help your business streamline workflows, standardize processes, and solve logistics problems by doing away with paper inspection records and saving your data in the cloud. You can do all this and more using a single mobile app.

Eyes on the field

Get an instant view of property conditions by empowering your team to be your eyes on the field. Gather consistent information and take the necessary steps to address issues whether it be filing reports or assigning remedial tasks, you can do it all in one app.

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Make every minute count

Minimize time for clerical work such as manual reporting. Automatically generate professional reports each time your team completes an inspection. Images captured by your team within the app are attached to reports, making them more comprehensive.

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Raising standards through accountability

See all property or site reports in real time to drive real accountability in your business. Team supervisors now have the ability to easily monitor inspection performance across sites, and your field inspectors can quickly sign off inspections via digital signatures.

Scope of Field Inspections

In the construction industry, inspections are critical in every aspect of the construction project.
Field inspections or site inspections are usually done once per week and within 24 hours of significant rain. These inspections are done to not only be compliant but also to guarantee that activities involved in the construction project are done as planned and according to requirements. Contractors also use inspections to ensure that they don’t destroy the site and soil during the project; otherwise, profits are lost.

  • Conducting field inspections requires field inspectors to inspect the following:
  • Areas disturbed by construction activity
  • Areas used for storage of materials exposed to precipitation
  • Areas where control measures are installed and maintained
  • Areas where pollutants have accumulated and may enter storm water
  • Locations where vehicles enter or exit the site
  • Areas where storm water typically flows
  • Points of discharge from the site
  • Portions of the site where stabilization measures have been initiated

As inspectors check these areas, there are certain things to look out for. Among these are the following:

  • Check for the presence of accumulated sediment near the project area boundary that has a potential for being washed outside of the project boundary on locations such as roadways or parking lots, storm water conveyance systems, storm drain inlets, and discharge points
  • Check for evidence of, or potential for, spills, leaks, or other accumulations of pollutants on the site entering the stormwater conveyance system or water bodies
  • Check visible areas where erosion has occurred near the project area boundary that have a potential for being washed outside of the project boundary
  • Check locations where new or modified measures are necessary
  • Check all points that discharge from the site and determine the conditions contributing to that discharge
  • Take note of incidents of noncompliance observed and corrective actions taken (if any)

Once field inspection is complete, it is required to prepare an inspection report containing all the information collected. A good inspection report should contain a detailed description of any identified issues and the appropriate corrective actions to be taken. Inspection reports should also contain signatures of authorized and appropriate persons.

With the old paper workflow method of doing field inspections and reports, it would take an excessive amount of time to compile all the data into one report. Switching to a digital tool such as iAuditor by SafetyCulture can optimize this workflow and make operations more efficient. It will gradually improve your data collection and reporting procedures and boost your team’s productivity. Accomplish more today with the iAuditor field inspection app.

iAuditor Field Inspection App Features

  • Smart Forms

    Create unlimited smart forms and convert your existing paper checklists to digital forms

  • Inspections

    Complete inspections from anywhere, at any time with the iAuditor mobile app

  • Fast Reporting

    Detailed inspection reports and insights help problems get solved quicker

  • Insights & Analytics

    Turn your data into actionable insights.

  • Integrations

    Connect iAuditor to business software systems such as Tableau, Sharepoint and more.

  • Workflow Automation

    Complete inspections from anywhere, at any time with the iAuditor mobile app.

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