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Taking Lifting Inspection Paperless

Posted by: pervidi on: October 15, 2019

Inspections for your organisation may range from more high value assets like hoists or cranes to lower value but high-volume assets like harnesses. Whatever your inspecting, whatever your business needs are, it’s important to have a solution that is both dynamic and customisable for what you’re trying to achieve. Currently multiple worksites or numerous equipment types can be difficult to manage when running a pen and paper inspection process. The excessive paperwork and guesswork of inspection standards when distinguishing between products harms your accuracy and workplace productivity. Equipment is kept in downtime longer than needs be and your inspection drags on.

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Paperless Lifting Inspection Applications

Posted by: pervidi on: October 15, 2019

The LEEA is an international organisation respected as the authoritative representative body in the lifting industry. In order to meet the recommendations that are set by the LEEA, you must consider how you will use your lifting equipment and how you wish to conduct your lifting inspection. This goes for the refurbishment and repair, maintenance, hire or end use by an operator of machinery. For this to occur it is imperative to have a dynamic, tailored and powerful inspection solution in place.

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Digital Within Business Operations – The Next Big Thing

Posted by: pervidi on: September 24, 2019

If information is the most important thing for businesses to master today, then how does one go about it? The simple answer is to embrace every piece of digital information available. Within every statistic is a representation of performance that can measured against historical records, industry standards or organisational targets. To ensure this data is accurately captured, analysed and used for strategic decision making, many organisations are turning to Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS). These systems provide every employee with access to a digital platform where they can record, track or access information relevant to them. Via the use of a mobile device in the form of a tablet or smartphone, employees can perform workplace tasks, request more information or send their information to other departments or employees. And so the cycle of information sharing begins.

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Travel and Transport Inspection using Digital Solutions

Posted by: pervidi on: September 2, 2019

Rail and road infrastructure can benefit from several inspection features on digital applications. The ability to track reports or equipment over time provides a history of wear, usage and many other useful metrics. This is highly useful for maintenance teams who can hence pre-order replacement parts or understand how potential repairs might be affected in the future. Metrics and data is also useful for transport management and advisory boards who can with this information make better strategic decisions over whether to replace equipment or rail track, resurface areas of highway or invest in new infrastructure elsewhere.

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Several of Australia’s stadia and sporting grounds are often large complex structures requiring top-level maintenance or constant safety and security inspections. This is none the less true for smaller arenas and pitches with many having outdated facilities or procedures.  Contemporary safety inspections at sports events now prefer to make use of digital inspection checklists in favour of the aged paper print method. Inspection software is making a big impact in the industry.

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Manufacturing processes and inspections

Posted by: pervidi on: June 13, 2018

Manufacturing is the cornerstone of the industrial world, providing materials and/or products for virtually every industry. With advancements in technology and methodology, it is little surprise that manufacturing processes and inspections need the best management systems. Until recently, the regular paper checklist was the assumed tool for management and inspection of all forms, audit, QA, safety etc. Thanks to mobile devices, inspections and management now have much more powerful and easy-to-use tools for efficient and accurate monitoring.

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Civil engineering & construction projects

Posted by: pervidi on: May 30, 2018

Paperless inspection solutions are revolutionising every inspection, audit, quality assurance and compliance check for businesses and organisations, giving high accuracy data and the ease of mind that everything is under control. Now even available on ‘rugged devices’ – mobile devices suitable for the construction workplace or engineering sites, paperless inspection solutions are presenting a better and better argument for their implementation across business.

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Agriculture inspections amongst modern times

Posted by: pervidi on: May 14, 2018

Agriculture is one of the cornerstones of the Australian economy. Latest estimates put farms as covering ~60% of Australia’s total landmass with a variation in types and climates; showing the significant role it has in Australian society. With shifting environments, both natural and within the industry, the future of farming lies in embracing new technologies and enhancing the technology currently available.

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The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has developed a new standard, ISO 45001 “Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems – Requirements” to aid in further preventing work-related accidents. Providing a framework to improve conditions and employee safety in the workplace, the new standard is centralized around the idea of reducing possible risks. The standard follows other industry standards such as OHSAS 18001 and its expected full publication is March 2018.

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Water-Based Tourism: Streamlining your safety

Posted by: pervidi on: April 24, 2018

The nature-based tourism sector contributes approx. AU$23 billion p.a. to the Australian economy with close to 4 million international nature visitors to Australia every year. A great portion of this is due to water-based tourism. With a thriving watersports culture and great tourist attraction such as the Whitsundays, Great Barrier Reef, Great Ocean Road and Sydney Harbour, there is no question that the sea has a great effect on the Australian economy. This also highlights the importance of both thorough safety inspection and legal regulation of the areas and those operating within it.There are several features that make mobile devices a great platform for water-based tourism to use within inspection.

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