Checkit Work Management supports the following features:

  • completion of checklists on a shock and water-resistant handheld device, the Checkit Memo
  • completion of checklists on Android-based mobile phones supporting a ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BOYD) approach to equipping staff and implementing Work Management to achieve quality and performance targets which can significantly reduce cost
  • Gives staff ‘pocket’ access to a list of all the checklists assigned to them and a dashboard highlighting checklists which are due to be completed now or soon, as well as checklists which are ‘overdue’ and incomplete checklists
  • All checks performed (or scheduled but not performed) are time, date and user stamped and are relayed to the Checkit cloud where they are stored securely and can be accessed both on its own and as part of a larger dataset. Once the check status is recorded, it cannot be amended or tampered with.
  • Reports and system management are available through our online portal, the Checkit Control Centre where you can easily obtain up-to-the-minute reports on allocated work and/or report historical data and trends (what percentage checks were carried out on time over the past year, for example. (Some of these advanced reporting features are provided by Operational Insights feature not included in all installations by default. For more details refer to Operational Insights with Power BI.)
  • Sound notifications. When checklist work is due or overdue, sound notifications decrease the likelihood that busy staff will miss a deadline, wherever they are.
  • Location and/or object recognition (‘checkpoints’). Scan a bar/QR code with a phone and have any checklists defined as relevant to that code open automatically for completion. This enables you to associate a checklist of work specific to a room, area or piece of equipment. (Although the Memo also supports this feature, the greater portability and availability of mobile phones increases the range of use this feature can be put to.)
  • Request staff to take photographs as part of a checklist and upload the photographs with the checklist entries. This has many useful applications including health and safety inspections and quality checks, for example. Again, the Checkit Memo also provides this, but because it is less portable and typically shared between a team it may be less suitable for out-and-about work across larger sites/areas).
  • Wi-Fi communication used to send data and alerts between a phone/Checkit Memo and the Checkit Control Centre
  • Automatic wireless configuration and OS updates
  • Access via the App on a phone and the Checkit Memo is subject to User PIN authentication
  • Available in US or UK English or French with the following languages all being prepared: Dutch, German, Polish, Spanish, Catalan and Portuguese.
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