Paperless Inspections

  • Maintaining control over your fire safety seems like the most obvious measure to take when operating in any building, facility or workplace.

  • Logistics and Transportation are often forgotten by many as the boring business paperwork section.

  • Digital lifting inspection can be completed via a paperless inspection application run on any mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet. Run via Android or iOS, mobile devices lend their features such as the built-in camera to the inspection application.

  • Whether for letting, sale or management purposes, it is essential to manage your property for your customer or organisation. This can mean inspecting it so that your business does not need to invest in repairs or as part of a pre-leasing rental agreement with a potential tenant.

  • ISO 7010 is based around the need to provide safety information that relies as little as possible on text to achieve comprehension.

  • Whilst the utility sector expands and modernises to adapt to the demands of an increasing population and an environmentally aware society, it’s important that industry has that chance to reform too. With many businesses also choosing to move their operations digital, it’s even more fundamental to be on top of your organisation’s utility usage. Utility inspection should be a mainstay of any business inspection without impeding on your normal day-to-day activities.

  • The notion of working digital has been around for quite some time, with different industries taking a different stance towards it. Whilst organisations within technology are almost required to adopt digital advancements, there are other industries where motivation to adopt paperless methods is not as strong. By their current processes, methods or operating ways, some organisations have less of a need or incentive to adopt the new way of thinking and working. It is often the case that methods that have worked for decades don’t necessarily need rethinking, or at least so it can seem.

  • Choosing the correct mobile device for your compliance and inspection requirements is vital in order to perform rigorous and effective inspection. As inspections software is adjusted to match a businesses intended means of use, consideration of the mobile devices must be given in order to complement the solution and allow inspectors and field personnel to optimize their time spent performing inspections.

  • When selecting a mining maintenance inspection solution, its important to remember what is important for your business. What is crucial to success and what can transform your current situation. After establishing this, its important to select a trusted, experienced provider that can tailor a paperless solution to your needs.

  • The aviation industry doesn’t only revolve around aircraft, there are many processes in and around the airport that require attention for passengers to reach their destinations safely.

  • Modern times calls for modern management of your business, organisational activities and day-to-day procedures.

  • In today’s world, food safety is more paramount than ever. With more dietary needs taking to the mainstream, it’s important to keep on top of what your putting in your culinary products.

  • The pen and paper checklist method of yesterday is completely unsuited to quality assurance and management. Compliance with industry regulations such as ISO 9001 become simple, as such standards can be integrated directly with the inspection checklist and back-end system.

  • Paperless systems are fast becoming the backbone of success for modern manufacturing organisations. A forward-looking mindset helps employees and the business to adapt to change imposed by industry regulators, or the management board. This is why many within the manufacturing industry are choosing to move on from dated pen and paper inspection checklist methods and welcoming in the power of digital

  • Electronic Logbooks provide the best way for keeping records of activities of industrial equipment and certain operations

  • Pervidi will be taking part in the Rail Industry Safety and Standard Board’s (RISSB) 2019 International Railway Safety Council Conference.

  • The turning of the century has served as a pivotal point in the availability of technology. New innovations have enabled people to truly make the most of their time; with multitasking a social norm and 24/7 connectivity. With this technologically-aided outlook, new generations have also displayed a gradual shift from manual to digitally-based working methods. These alternatives are bluntly and empirically, better than their predecessors. Hence, it is surprising that many organisations still use dated ways of working.

  • Business after business is moving online and mobile, so why should you? In this article we explore the reasons why an increasing amount of businesses are choosing to implement digital methods in their business and especially in their inspection. Paperless checklists are already currently being used for occupational health and safety (OHS), pre start checks, facility management, asset maintenance, quality assurance, data collection, compliance and CMMS/work order.

  • Safety inspection is fundamental in any environment. When renting or hiring, common assumptions of whose duty it is to inspect can sometimes leave equipment unchecked, which becomes an issue when breakdown or damage occurs.

  • New changes to Heavy Vehicle National Laws (HVNL) for heavy vehicles over 4.5 tonnes gross vehicle mass were adopted in late 2018.  This mean greater onus on occupational health and safety checks and have a commitment to safety across the chain of responsibility in the business.

  • Industries and organisations, nations and firms; all are facing higher pressure to be more environmentally conscious in their activities. Before long, many materials will be phased out, industries reshaped and operations redesigned.