With Audit Flo’s template editor, you can create smart, mobile-friendly inspections in minutes. The simple part is making templates. Getting good reactions, on the other hand, is more difficult to achieve.
You’re missing out on a wealth of strong insights if you don’t have the correct data. When used correctly, templates can assist you in determining what is and is not functioning. For instance, you may keep track of whether a particular piece of equipment is always going down, which construction sites have a higher incident rate, and which teams are completing audits on time. Then you can confidently make judgments about maintenance, training, operations, and anything else that needs to be improved.
Get the information you need to make plans and enhance your standards.
- Use multiple-choice responses to quickly obtain consistent results.
Start revealing your responses. As much as possible, use multiple-choice responses instead of blank answer areas. Data analysis will be a breeze because you can verify that the answers you get are consistent by pre-defining the options available for selection. Plus, you won’t have to think about what to write during the inspection, which will cut down on the time it consumes.
2. To generate structure, divide your concerns into sections.
Sections are your answer to the question of order. In the template editor, you may create sections to classify related topics. Sections can help you enhance your auditing experience. Furthermore, properly defined sections and scores make skimming through performance measures for insights a breeze. Consider it similar to document subheadings – a quick way to organise your content.
3. Add notes and images to speed up the process of resolving a problem.
In a short length of time, an image may deliver loads of information. During an inspection, you and your team can add notes and images to an answer at any moment. Whether or not notes are required, this feature is available. It’s especially useful for unsuccessful items so that everyone understands what’s going on. When there’s uncertainty, encourage your team to take the lead. The more information you have, the better you will be able to determine where you should concentrate your efforts.
4. Use annotations to attract attention to the important details in your images.
What’s going on in an image isn’t always obvious. Low lighting and complicated set-ups are more likely to confound than to clarify. To attract attention to the problem region, use comments in the form of circles and arrows.
It’s easier to make judgments about what to do next after you have a clear picture of what’s going on. You can look into the situation or assign a task to the appropriate person to resolve it. Occasionally, even before the inspection is completed.
Use these tips to create useful templates and gather the data you need during audits. Put them to the test! You might discover that your audits are simpler to conduct, faster to complete, and more thorough.
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