For you to know what’s happening in your business, your team needs to conduct inspections using iAuditor the mobile app. Click to download here. iAuditor is the powerhouse behind the SafetyCulture platform, which is more for analytics and data analysis. Once you’ve built a great template, it’s time to share it with your team so they have it on their device. See sharing instructions here.
Once the template has been shared to the right people, it’s time to conduct an inspection! It will appear in the list called Templates inside the app. If it’s not appearing, it means the device needs to be synced. Learn how to sync here.
Note: What is syncing? Syncing transfers data between SafetyCulture the web app, and iAuditor.
iAuditor is a really efficient and fast way to conduct inspections. Anyone can download the mobile app and start inspecting at any location. Regardless of whether you’re underground without cellular connection or in a remote area, you can use iAuditor to inspect offline.
By using templates and sharing them to your team, it removes the hassle of having to re-share documents with minor changes. If you need to make a change or add a question to a pre-existing template, the change will automatically display to everyone who has access to that particular template. As long as they sync their device.
iAuditor provides clarity where paper never can. You can’t capture data at the pace iAuditor can, or take photos and annotate them on the spot. Below, we’ve outlined the best features of the auditing app.
Conducting an inspection is only the first step in a comprehensive solution. Your workers are the eyes on the ground spotting the issues as they arise. They need to have a way to report critical issues back to you immediately. This is where follow-up actions come in. If a worker spots a busted pipe or a broken down car mid-inspection, they can assign an action on the spot.
Your team can send you notifications when they’re inspecting. When it is received, you can open it and be taken directly to the question that triggered the notifying response. Read more here about Notifications.