Planning of interventions
An interventions planning management makes it possible to optimize the organization of the tasks (to be carried out, in progress and completed) for all staff members.
Example : Organization of travels for itinerant staff alerting them in real time if their planning changes.
Several contact persons can be designated for each task.
Example : Warning the contact persons by SMS for reporting late arrival on location.
Various registration methods let you know at any time who is present at your workplace and what activities are ongoing. Tasks can be easily assigned based on the location and workload of the employees, and generating accurate timesheets.
Example : Workers tasks assignment on a work site.
The staff has the possibility to detail each task : photo of anomaly/incident, start and end time, coworkers and items used,...
Example : An employee can communicate his / her actual timing to the manager, who in turn can compare theoretical and the actual times spent on a task.
A chat module is available to ease exchanges between colleagues and with the hierarchy.
Example : A technician interviews a colleague who has already encountered the same problematic situation.
A real-time view of the various registrations made is directly accessible on-line, as well as a history of the presences at a given moment.
Example : Reassigning an employee due to absence or incident, based on location and workload.
The system continuously detects whether an equipment is present in a specified area, if it is lifted from its location, or if a secured access has been opened.
Example : Automatic sending of a mobile phone alert in case an unauthorized person borrowing material.
Realization of inventories
The list of equipment present in a given area (local, vehicle, stock, etc.) is available in real time, allowing better inventory management and overview.
Example : When a repairer has finished his maintenance, he can visualize the list of equipment present in his vehicle and will be warned if an item is missing.
A follow-up of equipment usage is available in real time.
Example : Upon completion of an intervention, a technician can check his equipment inventory and figure out if it is complete.
Managers can locate service vehicles, equipment and personnel on a single map and access a history of all their moves.
Example : A manager can instantly see on which site an important tool has been left.
Pressing a trigger button or detecting the absence / presence of a sensor generates an alert, a task or a procedure for a person or group of persons.
Example : When a stock is exhausted, pressing the button makes it possible to instantly send a replenishment order.
Assistance in carrying out tasks through procedures and best practices allows better management of safety and quality of work: procedures, access plan, user manual, etc.
Example : A repairman can follow step by step the maintenance procedure of a specific machine.
Depending on the location or the equipment close to the staff, intelligent proposals for tasks and technical information can be automatically transmitted. Staff also have access to a history of all tasks carried out in the vicinity.
Example : Automatic detection of the list of tasks to be performed in a given location.
Locking of the mobile
A "kiosk" mode can be activated on employees' phones, allowing a limitation of available functionalities making it easier for personnel.
Example : Autostart and inability to use the mobile phone for a purpose other than originally intended.
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