Testing and Tagging - Managing Schedules and Records
Posted on September 12th, 2013
Getting a headache just thinking about managing all those test and tagging schedules and records? Take a look at our latest support page with tips on how to reduce the record keeping workload while still maintaining accurate and useful records.
In Australia, most workplaces regularly conduct (or contract out) test and tagging of electrical cords and appliances. This is done to manage electrical risks in the workplace. High risk workplaces like construction and mining can be required to manage test and tag schedules as frequent as every 3 months.
Here’s a short-cut method to make it easier to manage Test and Tag – Schedules and Records , without compromising your data-based decisions.
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