Operations Departments – General
In paper based and ad-hoc system environments, a combination of spreadsheets and paper forms is the usual practice for small and large facilities to meet their compliance obligations.
Typically, Contractors would report to the Maintenance or Facility Management office on arrival to sign-in via a book, be inducted for safety requirements and receive keys or other items. This labourious process, in some cases can take hours. Casual Visitors would sign-in via carbon copy books of tags which were worn in a plastic sleeve attached to a lanyard.
In security and cleaning environments for public facilities with high foot traffic, paper based forms are still the most common form of data recording. Consistency of data is almost non-existent for reporting purposes and retrieval of information in some cases can take days or weeks.
kwiklook has been built to provide a user-friendly database solution that is flexible enough to ensure a ‘best possible fit’ is achieved to meet these common requirements while also meeting each individual facility’s needs. Examples of some of these specific requirements follow: