DOCUMENT INCIDENTS, INSPECTIONS AND ASSESSMENTS WITH ANY SMARTPHONE OR TABLET!
1ST allows users to quickly report the details of a field event or damage, including location, date/time, asset info, and attach multi-media files (pictures, audio, and video). The incident reporting mobile application generates a field incident or inspection report, which is automatically sent for confirmation and action by a specific department or operations personnel.
1ST facilitates the assessment process by providing comprehensive details, thus eliminating unnecessary site visits. Additionally, 1ST can transfer incident reports directly to existing enterprise systems, further streamlining the incident management process.
Live Report is a dynamic solution that provides response teams with effective and efficient communications for monitoring, updates and reporting of ongoing incidents.Learn more about Live Reports
1ST Dashboard provides a map view of incidents that have been submitted. These cannot be edited here but can be viewed by anyone with permission and can be filtered by incident type, creation date, status, person assigned to, or creator of incident. The dashboard provides both road map and earth views and can be set to automatically adjust to best map style as the zoom is applied. Additionally, the ability to add layers to the map view means that customer specific facility information can be layered on top of the map - providing a view of plant locations, substations, service territories or any assets with geographical data.Learn More
1ST's Incident Entry enables reporting of incidents from a mobile device. It comprises a menu of incident types to choose from, each with a slightly different purpose and business process, and can be designed to include requirements specific to that incident type. This customization of details in the data collection process results in improved quality of data. For desktop users, the web Incident Entry is identical to the mobile incident entry. 1ST's Incident Entry is very intuitive and easy to use, requiring very little user training.Learn More
The Incident Management tool is where Incidents are managed (by system administrators) and provides all the information of reported incidents in three different views; table view, map view and report view (details of reported incident). The user can easily navigate between the three views, apply different layers that will show assets with geographical data, and export the data from the table view to an excel spreadsheet with the click of a button - giving quick and easy reporting.Learn More
Incident Designer provides system administrators with the ability to create and modify incident types, and the fields specific to them as the need arises. This can be done on the fly, without the need for customization by the emAPP team - giving complete autonomy to custom design incidents to suit your purposes and business processes.Learn More
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