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Safetrak makes equipment inspections quicker and easier

  • 4 Jul 2018

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Safetrak is making planning, inspecting and reporting simpler and less time-consuming with the introduction of the new Safetrak app.

Safetrak enables users to keep track of inspections digitally and consequently, negates the need to create duplicates and avoids the loss of important documents. The web application also includes an advanced inspection planning system that offers a full overview of every inspection planned and enables users to easily plan recurring inspections.

Safetrak can also be used to keep track of a wide range of equipment such as personal protection equipment, drills, hammers, screwdrivers, scaffolding, ladders, label printers or lockout bags. With Safetrak, every tool can easily be checked in or out as long as it is labelled with a serial number, barcode or RFID label.

Predefined inspection templates can be created in Safetrak to standardise and digitalise a variety of inspection reports. The web application can generate automated high-level reports by extracting data from the inspection templates at regular intervals or on demand. With just a few clicks, inspection reports containing the most recent and complete data will always available via Safetrak.

In addition, the Safetrak Mobile website can easily be accessed in the field using an internet browser on any smartphone. Enter an equipment serial number or scan its barcode to access a predefined inspection template and equipment location information. After an inspection, easily upload data with a single click for immediate reporting.

Watch Safetrak Video, download the brochure and try the Safetrak web application 30 days for free!

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