Emergency Reporting’s Rig Checks feature provides users with a powerful fleet management tool, on an easy-to-use interface, that meets every department’s needs. Search apparatus by name, station ID, or vehicle number, and filter your apparatus by name, in-service/out-of-service status, incomplete checks, and rigs assigned to your station. ER Rig Checks are available to all customers currently using the Maintenance module.
The ER Rig Checks feature is optimized for mobile devices and provides you with unlimited checklists/departments, the ability to duplicate and assign checklists to new apparatus, a bulk pass/fail option, and a special report to query rig check data. ER Rig Checks works with all major mobile device platforms and works seamlessly with the rest of your ER platform.
ER Rig Checks Features
- Search for apparatus by name, station ID, vehicle number
- Filter apparatus by name, in-service/out of service, incomplete checks, and rigs assigned to your station
- Create and edit custom checklists in draft form, preview, and publish
- Order compartments up and down the list while creating checklists
- Auto-save edits to checklists and active Rig Checks
- Add pictures of compartments
- Optimized for mobile devices including tablets and phones.
- Start/end time and person completing rig check recorded
- View apparatus check history and completed Rig Checks
- Powerful checklist creator
- Easy to duplicate and assign existing checklists to other apparatus
- Easy to manage all apparatus and equipment checklists through easy to use interface and powerful search and filter tools
- Create, perform, and submit Rig Checks from multiple device types and browsers including smart phones
- Rig Check history records available from the Maintenance module
- Special report to query rig check data
- Unlimited checklists and compartments
Recent Updates to ER Rig Checks
Based on customer feedback, Emergency Reporting has implemented the following enhancements to ER Rig Checks in order to better meet the apparatus documentation needs of our customers. These changes can be seen when creating a new or editing an existing checklist.
Users can now choose between three different question types: Pass/Fail, Meter Reading, or SCBA Bottle Check when creating or editing a checklist.
Users can now enter these questions into any compartment on their checklist.
Upon create or edit of a checklist, select add a question.
A new dialogue box will appear with three choices for a question type.
If a meter reading is selected, a meter reading question drop-down can be used to choose which type of meter reading the user wants to add to their checklist. *Note, Aerial hours, DEF level, fuel level, and water tank level are new meter reading options.
Here are some examples of how each question type appears: Pass/Fail, Meter Reading/SCBA Bottle Pressure.
Users can now create a specific question to document Self Contained Breathing Apparatus, Bottle PSI, and Hydrostatic test dates.
Additionally, we have increased character limits on descriptions and notes, and updated to military time as a documentation standard in ER Rig Checks.
Check out this quick tutorial of how to use the ER Rig Checks feature
About the Author:
William Pernett joined Emergency Reporting in February 2019 as a Product Owner. He is a retired Fire Chief with 28 years of experience in the fire service, having served in various capacities including Firefighter, Engineer, Company Officer, Training Officer, Paramedic, Hazardous Materials Technician, and Chief Officer.