Inspection schedules are a great way to keep your team on top of recurring checks that need to be performed. However, we understand that things can be missed or be late from time to time, and as a supervisor or manager, it’s important to identify what has been missed or not been submitted on time and why.
This article shows you how to view missed and late inspections on the iAuditor web app.
Before you begin
Please note that missed and late inspections can only be viewed on the web app.
Missed and late inspections are scheduled inspections that are not completed by the due date and time. This includes schedules that allow assignees to submit late inspections past the due date and time.
View missed and late inspections
- Log in to the iAuditor web app.
- Select Schedules from the menu on the left-hand side.
- Click Missed/Late Inspections on the top of the page.
- On this page, you will see the following information for each missed or late inspection. You can use the search field and filter on top of the list to narrow down results.
- Schedule missed: the name of the schedule.
- Status: the schedule status. You may come across three different statuses: “Overdue”, “Late Submit”, and “Missed”.
- Overdue: indicates the inspection is currently overdue, but the assignee can still submit a late inspection before the next occurrence.
- Late Submit: indicates the inspection was not completed within the due date, but a late inspection was submitted. Click the schedule to access the inspection report. Keep in mind that late inspections are considered completed in schedule analytics.
- Missed: indicates the schedule was marked as won’t do or was not completed within the due date. If the schedule allows assignees to submit late inspections, the inspection becomes missed if it’s not completed by the next occurrence or within fourteen days for one-off schedules.
- Template: the selected template for the schedule.
- Missed by: the assignee(s) who missed the schedule.
- Due on: the date and time the schedule was due.