TIME consuming hand written records of equipment testing that comply with OHS requirements are a thing of the past, according to Appliance Test Tag Australia (ATT) .
The company's system, TestnTrack, will be a feature of its stand at The Safety Show, Sydney, from October 26-28.
Increasing accuracy and productivity, TestnTrack logs test results, service records and condition reports for both electrical and non-electrical equipment.
ATT says TestnTrack can be used to meet and surpass the requirements of OHS standards and legislation.
The system also has benefits for financial managers, offering an audit history, professional reports and a custom database with export capabilities - making it a useful foundation for asset registers and depreciation schedules.
The TestnTrack system is highly portable, flexible and easy to use, according to ATT. The intuitive interface means users can readily record the status of any asset, large or small, regardless of its type.
Among TestnTrack's most common uses is the recording of the condition, safety and serviceability of safety equipment.
TestnTrack and other appliance testing devices will be on show at Appliance Test Tag's stand L48 at The Safety Show, Sydney, October 26-28, at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park.
For information, visit www.thesafetyshow.com or contact Australian Exhibitions and Conferences on 03 9654 7773.