Presentation on theme: "Presumed Asbestos Training Programme. Introduction Getting Started The Interface Top Tool Bar Creating a New Site Type I Survey Type II Survey Type III."— Presentation transcript:
Introduction Getting Started The Interface Top Tool Bar Creating a New Site Type I Survey Type II Survey Type III Survey Revisits Report Generation Maintenance Emergency Details System Settings
Getting Started To start Presumed Asbestos: 1. Simply double click on the Presumed Asbestos shortcut on the Windows desktop 2. Alternatively, click Start, Programs, Blue Datum and then on the Presumed Asbestos icon.
The Interface Top Tool Bar Options Panel Action PanelMain DisplayHelp Panel Control Panel Site Selector Menu Bar
The Interface Menu Bar used to navigate various parts of Presumed Asbestos Top Tool Bar directly navigate to each view by clicking on each button (see next slide) Options Panel use these buttons to navigate through the view, accessing different parts of a record. Action Panel use the buttons here to perform a variety of tasks when a particular part of the record is accessed. Help Panel gives an explanation of what is currently on the screen. Main Display Site Selector select a particular site record to view inspections and maintenance tasks for that site. Control Panel browse through a particular record or use the buttons at the bottom to administer the records in the view.
Top Tool Bar 1. Status – view the number of current sites inspected and the latest inspections on those sites. This is the default view presented when the software is started up 2. Sites – details the structure of all the organisational sites to be inspected for asbestos 3. Inspections – details all the asbestos surveys carried out for each site, including any samples taken 4. Maintenance – details the maintenance tasks carried out at each site 5. Emergency – lists emergency contact details as well as the emergency procedures to be followed 6. Reports – provides a range of legally compliant, printable documents based on the data entered. 7. Settings – provides a range of administrative options to allow personalisation and tailoring of the software 8. Help – provides access to a fully integrated help system
Creating a New Site Click on Sites tab Select New Site at bottom left of screen
Creating a New Site Name the new site by clicking on it Right click on site name and select Insert to add buildings, floors and rooms Enter relevant information into the fields (address, contact details etc)
On the right hand side of screen, there are a number of options Each option can be selected, and data entered and viewed.
Type I Survey – Step by Step Click on Inspections tab Select New Inspection at bottom left of screen
Type I Survey – Step by Step Number of options on right hand side of screen Images can be inserted Areas Covered option allows the relevant survey areas to be selected for inspection by checking tick boxes
Type I Survey – Step by Step Once the areas have been selected, click on Save Changes at bottom right of screen The Survey Wizard will appear. Click on Next to navigate through the options.
Type II Survey – Step by Step After completing the type I survey, the user can proceed to entering data for the type II survey. Click on new inspection on the Inspections main screen. Select Type II in the type of survey options field. Enter the relevant data in the other fields.
Type II Survey – Step by Step On the right side of the screen, there are options which allow insertion of images and selection of areas where samples have been taken (areas covered). The lab results can also be viewed from this option toolbar.
Type II Survey – Step by Step On the left side of the screen are the listed areas, floors, rooms and components. The component from which a sample has been taken must be clicked on to reveal a number of additional options.
Type II Survey – Step by Step On the right hand side of the screen, the main options are Samples and Actions. Clicking on the samples option allows a sample record to be created and the analysis results to be entered. Clicking on the actions option allows a particular action to be selected, and the estimated cost to be entered.
Type III Survey – Step by Step After completing the type I survey, the user can proceed to entering data for the type II survey. Click on new inspection on the Inspections main screen. Select Type II in the type of survey options field. Enter the relevant data in the other fields.
Type III Survey – Step by Step The process of entering data for a type III survey is identical to that of the type II survey. After each type of survey, the user must go to the main inspections screen and select Yes in the Survey Completed field.
Revisits – Step by Step After a site has been surveyed for the first time, it will be necessary to survey the site again in the future. To fulfil this requirement, the Revisit feature has been incorporated into the software. As with the other types of survey, a new inspection must be created and Revisit chosen from the type of survey field.
Revisits – Step by Step If no changes in the site have occurred since the previous survey, then no data needs to be updated (with the exception of the dates). If areas of the site have undergone a change, then the data can be updated by checking the relevant tick-boxes in the Areas Covered option.
Report Generation After each type of survey has been completed, reports can be generated by clicking on the Reports tab at the top of the screen.
Maintenance The software allows for site maintenance details to be entered. Click on Maintenance on the top tool bar to open the maintenance screen. Click on New Maintenance to create a new record.
Maintenance The main screen displays a number of fields into which the relevant data can be entered. The options panel on the right allows for the areas undergoing maintenance to be selected and images to be inserted. Additionally, pertinent details can be entered by using the Supplied Docs and Notes options.
Emergency Details Presumed Asbestos allows for contacts details and procedures in the event of an emergency to be specified. Click on the Emergency tab on the top tool bar to access the screen. The options panel enables the user to enter contact details and to customise the emergency procedures.
System Settings Clicking on the Settings tab on the top tool bar displays the various options for changing system settings. The most important function is the ability to load, backup or restore a database. These options can be accessed by selecting Database in the control panel. The other options allow the user to personalise their reports and enter details pertaining to the asbestos surveyors and maintenance contractors. There are security options available where an access password can be set for entry into the Presumed Asbestos system where Inspection and Maintenance records can be unlocked.