SafetyCulture Summit 2021
Proactively manage maintenance tasks. Get ahead of issues by performing simple, efficient, and quick preventive maintenance checks regularly.
Be able to escalate issues discovered during an inspection. Assign corrective actions to team members by providing context, notes, and photo evidence. You can also set up how critical the issues are, and set a due date to resolve problems seamlessly.
All inspection reports are saved to iAuditor in real time and data is interpreted for you on the analytics dashboard. iAuditor’s analytics feature allows you to get an instant view of what’s happening across the organization. Monitor failed items, actions, and inspection frequency and performance across multiple sites.
Routine maintenance might sound simple, but it becomes harder to consistently perform as the work becomes more complex. Details might be missed and some inspections and tasks may be skipped outright if they’re deemed too bothersome to complete. A maintenance app can place controls to prevent non-compliance with organizational and regulatory standards, and help your company perform at peak level.
Simply put, a maintenance app helps you oversee your company better. An effective maintenance app should:
Work orders are authorized requests for maintenance, repair, or other types of work assigned by a supervisor, manager, or client, to a person or group with the appropriate skillset. They outline the details of the work being requested such as quality and quantity, due date, persons assigned, and additional notes.
How a maintenance app can help
Vehicle maintenance is an essential process for companies that make use of freight transport either as a service or to deliver their products. This also applies to taxi, car-service, and other car rental companies that use vehicles as their main income generator. Keeping vehicles in good condition through proper maintenance boosts productivity by maximizing the time vehicles spend on the road and minimizing the risk of downtime due to mechanical breakdown.
To ensure that a building (commonly residential, but may also be industrial) retains its functionality and structural integrity, regular inspections are done as part of maintenance routines. A building’s structural foundations and aesthetic assets need to be thoroughly inspected every year or so to ensure not only safety but also the quality of living for its tenants.
Facility Condition Assessments (FCA) are commonly performed as the first step when doing facility maintenance. FCAs differ from regular building maintenance inspections because their primary purpose is to triage areas and aspects of the facility in need of greater repair or maintenance work, whereas building maintenance inspections provide more of a general overview of its status.
A computer server hosts a vast network of clients, making routine upkeep important to ensure that it can handle the workload, achieve optimal performance, and prevent unwanted downtimes. IT professionals typically do server checks on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis based on necessity.
Create unlimited smart forms and convert your existing paper checklists to digital forms.
Complete inspections from anywhere, at any time with the iAuditor Maintenance App
Detailed inspection reports and insights help problems get solved quicker
Turn your data into actionable insights
Connect iAuditor to business software systems, such as Tableau, Sharepoint, and more.
Automate the boring stuff- from scheduling to report delivery.
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