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Getting Started with Issues in iAuditor

Getting started with Issues

Make under-reporting a thing of the past. With Issues, empower anyone in your team to report and capture any observations, near misses, hazards or feedback from the device of their choice. Gain real-time visibility into what’s happening where the work’s happening, and ensure the right people are always in the know.

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Report Issues how it makes sense for your team

Take the guesswork out of reporting and guide how information is recorded.

Keep the right people in the know!

Not everyone needs to be involved in every single issue. It’s easy to set up the right notification settings and access.

No login? No problem!

Allow extended members of your team, including contractors, remote workers or cleaning crew, to submit reports via your unique QR Code.

Gain real-time visibility

Encourage your teams to get started with Issues and capture what they see via the iAuditor app or the QR code, allowing you to spot trends and keep a record of everything in a matter of moments.

Live online iAuditor webinar

See Issues in action and register for our upcoming webinar. Learn to take full advantage of all iAuditor has to offer with Issues and get your questions answered.

How to Drive Workplace Incidents to Zero by Increasing Issue Reporting

In this session we’ll explore how industry leaders have reduced their incidents to zero by empowering their frontline workers to capture observations, hazards, and near misses when they happen.

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Get started with Issues tutorial videos!

Report issues | Web app

Report issues | Mob app

Set up Issues automatic notifications

Filter and sort Issues | Mob app

How Coffey Testing transformed their incident reporting workflow with Issues

“Issues came out and it was a game changer, it changed everything we were doing to the point where now it’s simple. I can build questions and workflows in the issues tab within 5 minutes, to create a report.” — Cade Smallpage, Quality Manager


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