TORONTO — eCompliance has unveiled an asset management feature that tracks both assets and people under one platform to mitigate another level of risk in the workplace.
Companies can now track assets and their inspection reports in real-time, which ensures they are compliant with their required policies, states a release issued by the company.
eCompliance’s asset management feature is structured to promote ease-of-use and flexibility.
Users can use safety intelligence reports and insights to drive corrective actions with the additional data from the asset management feature; users can assign an asset to one worker or multiple workers and are able to view all assets and perform inspections, while having access to inspection records, action items, and maintenance records; and the asset management feature allows users to be notified when an asset status changes and when scheduled inspections are missed.
“Twenty-nine per cent of workplace injuries in 2018 were caused by assets and it has justified our hypothesis regarding the importance of including asset management in eCompliance,” said Adrian Bartha, CEO, eCompliance, in a statement.