Instantly connect to weather feeds within iAuditor and start alerting your team when they need to take action
Set an alert for when weather conditions stop being safe for your team. Need your team to change how they manage heat stress over a certain temperature? No issue. We’ll let them know as soon conditions become risky in a way that suits them – by email, or by SMS.
Alerts make people aware that there is a problem, but your team also needs to know what to do next. When weather conditions trigger an alert, you can instantly raise an action from the alert so that the right solutions are put in place straight away.
How much time are you losing because of unsuitable weather conditions? Most people don’t know. But you could. Tracking weather in iAuditor gives you a complete historical record by site, so you can see how much productivity is lost because of the elements.
Wind speed and gust
Let us know if additional metrics (like rainfall or UV index) are in demand.
Once you’ve connected local weather to iAuditor, you can continuously monitor and respond to temperature and humidity conditions, no matter where you are. Tell us what range conditions need to stay in, and we’ll alert you any time that they go outside this range. From there, you can quickly set up a corrective action within iAuditor, assign it to the right person, and keep track of it until it’s closed out. You’ll also have a complete historical log of data, in case you ever need to check that conditions were met during a certain period, or want to track trends in your conditions.
Nope, you can bring local weather data into iAuditor without any additional charges to your subscription. This means that your whole team can see the weather data that’s coming in, access historical data, receive alerts, and create and close out actions if conditions go out of your set range.
We’ve just started on our journey with weather, so we’ve only set up temperature and humidity information so far. Conditions details, for example sunny, windy, or rain, are not automatically available. Need to see them in iAuditor? Let us know and we’ll see what we can do.
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