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Digital Inspections ROI

Digital Inspections ROI

Digitizing inspections come with many benefits such as eliminating paper work and storage, ensuring compliance, and reducing labour costs. So how much do you really save? To answer this question, we broke workplace inspections and documentation processes into 3 main components: Paperwork and storage Ensuring compliance Labour costs Paperwork and Storage A popular method for inspecting locations/equipment is with pen and paper. Workers sign a paper tag at the location/equipment, then fill out a log sheet which is later submitted to the manager for review/action and eventually ends up in storage. When diving into the numbers, we found that the paperwork costs associated with inspections can really add up. We used data from our existing clients, who include hospitals, storage facilities, factories and commercial properties to determine the costs of paperwork associated with manual inspections. We used 500 locations/equipment with inspections on a monthly basis as a cons

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Custodian Management Case Study

Custodian Management Case Study

Provide a description of yourself and your company.  Jamie Swartz, Custodian Lead at  Gordon Food Service. Gordon Food Service is a foodservice distributor with large facilities across Canada and the United States.  What do you use Tap Report for?  We use Tap Report for fire extinguisher inspections, sanitation inspections, refrigeration inspections, and heath and safety inspections at our facilities.  How has Tap Report helped you maintain your facilities?  Tap Report has helped us by making sure the required inspections are completed, reducing our risks and ensuring compliance.   As a manager, what do you find most valuable about Tap Report?  Making sure the inspections are completed on time is the most valuable aspect of Tap Report in my opinion. It ensures compliance, mitigating our risks.   What do you think has improved the most with using Tap Report?  Accountability for inspections being completed has improved greatly through the use of Tap Report at our facilitie

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Operations Management Case Study

Operations Management Case Study

We sat down with  Linda Ahara the Regional Director of Operations for Crothall Services (Compass Group)  to understand how Tap Report has improved inspections in a hospital setting. Provide a description of yourself and your company.   We are using Tap Report at a 300 bed Acute care hospital on Vancouver Island.  What do you use Tap Report for?   We use Tap Report for daily monitoring of isolation and regular patient/washroom cleaning.  How has Tap Report helped you maintain your facilities? Tap Report has helped us to shift to a paperless system to supply reports and monitor workload.  As a manager, what do you find most valuable about Tap Report?  I find the alerts for cleaning and reporting to client scheduling compliance the most valuable resource.  What do your staff like most about using Tap Report?   I like that Tap Report is easy to use and requires minimal training.  What do you think has improved the most with using Tap Report?  Our staff compliance an

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A Spotlight on Tap Report Use in Commercial Real Estate Property Management

A Spotlight on Tap Report Use in Commercial Real Estate Property Management

We sat down with Michael Goss, Oxford Properties Security Site Supervisor to understand how Tap Report has improved inspections in a commercial property management/real estate setting.  Provide a brief description of yourself, your position and your company. Security Site Supervisor for Oxford Properties, a commercial property management firm. What do you use Tap Report for? Security Patrols and First Aid Checks As a manager, what do you find most valuable about Tap Report? The ability to audit the security staff in the morning to ensure all the patrols are completed. A month ago, we had a complaint put forward by a tenant that a mechanic room wasn't checked properly. We are now able to see it was checked three times in the last twelve hours using Tap Report. What do your staff like most about using Tap Report? The ability to audit and quantify their patrols/hard work What do you think has improved the most with using Tap Report for inspections? The increase of patrols and audi

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Residential Property Management Case Study

Residential Property Management Case Study

We sat down with Dean McCabe, President and Founder of The Meritus Group, a condominium management firm, to get his perspective on the use of Tap Report's workplace inspection app in the residential property management industry. What do you use Tap Report for? At The Meritus Group, we use Tap Report to demonstrate to our clients our commitment to perform at contracted levels. Condominium board members expect a review of their property and we believe that Tap Report not only allows us to review and document site conditions efficiently but it also allows us to prove to board members how and when that site inspection was performed. In your opinion, how does the use of Tap Report in residential properties differ from commercial properties? The essential service is the same regardless of the type of property. Commercial properties may use it more to document maintenance work and schedule inspections on specific equipment where as in condominium management the product is a record

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Facility Management Case Study

Facility Management Case Study

We sat down with J.M., a Fire Marshal at a Toronto hospital to get his opinion on Tap Report. The security staff at this hospital have being using Tap Report's workplace inspection app for over a year now as a tool to complete monthly inspections of fire equipment. What does Tap Report mean to you?  Tap Report is a user friendly, robust tool, designed by building safety experts for facility safety managers. It reassures me that certain systems are operational and allows me to spend my time being more productive ensuring the other layers of defense are in place‎. What is one word you would use to describe Tap Report?  Essential. Would you recommend Tap Report to others?  Without hesitation. I say that with over 30 years experience in fire safety, having implemented a more expensive system elsewhere and also having seen many other systems come and go simply because they were not user friendly or did not serve the purpose they intended to. Tap Report is simple, intuitive, v

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Service Provider Case Study

Service Provider Case Study

We sat down with Steve Buck, owner of High Tech Fire & Safety to hear what he had to say about using Tap Report's workplace inspection app to service their clients. Steve, why do your clients hire you to complete inspections? Our clients hire High Tech Fire & Safety to complete regulatory inspections on their behalf; specifically, we service inspections mandated by the provincial Fire Code which include monthly inspections of fire extinguishers and fire hose cabinets.  Walk us through your inspection process before using Tap Report. Before Tap Report, we used the manual pen and paper inspection method. We would inspect the fire equipment monthly, initial the paper tag attached to each piece of equipment, mark off on our checklist that we inspected the equipment, make note of any deficiencies on the checklist and submit the paperwork to our office for manual input into Excel. The office would sort through the paperwork and identify/tally up deficiencies and equipm

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