10th March is the launch date for v2 of our successful Inspection App. Functionality built into the main database:

What’s New
Main Changes to system:

Creation of facility types
Sites now allocated to facilities
Equipment items now allocated to facility types
Standard findings allocated to facility types
Standard findings displayed relevant to facility type
Standard findings allocated to finding type (i.e. maintenance, vandalism etc.)
Updates to defect tracking now allow findings to be tracked from the date created through to completion, ‘completing’ a defect will now close all associated entries in the database
Finding types added to App
Compliance findings only visible to Annual Inspectors on App
Filter by groups on App
New findings screen on App showing both the item and the defect
Add to Facility type on App

New group categories:

Organisation Groups (i.e. town, parish, housing parks etc.)
Inspection Routes (sites can be sorted into the same order as they are inspected)
Sites groups (allows several playgrounds in a large park to be grouped together)
Sites can belong to any number of groups

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