Asbestos Field Data Collection Software

Our asbestos field data collection software features online/offline availability - helping you and your team record asbestos wherever it might be hiding. Automated field completion, risk scoring and mandated fields speed up data collection to save time and ensure you are up-to–date with all compliance obligations.

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New and improved field data collection methods

Octfolio presents enterprises with an alternative model that augments the client-server setting with an infrastructure that enables more flexible access to a broader suite of information resources. Under this paradigm, an Octfolio field user such as a qualified asbestos assessor or a site foreman may take advantage of digital repositories prepared for data collection, as well as other relevant information resources.

The days of using a hand-held tablet with a very basic data collection application are in the past. The client-server model used in computer-assisted field data collection systems relies on predefined interaction rules and data sources. Although this system design largely reflects existing technologies when the design was adopted, it also mirrors the structured nature of survey data collection.

Extra features that will help cut costs

By having the ability to mandate asbestos field data collection and automated reporting, organisations can significantly reduce the costs of creating and maintaining compliance documents. Not only that, the use of predefined drop down fields and platform-based data collection mechanisms dramatically speeds up the collection of information on site and reduces the potential for human data entry errors.

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