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Software to manage and inspect Asbestos's containing material
Posted on 15-Sep-2004 22:49 | Tags Filed under: News



Hazmat Inspector allows the firms to inspect and manage asbestos containing material for an unlimited number of buildings and clients at the same time forming the core of a client asbestos management plan. One of the largest costs to any environmental service or property management firm is the initial inspection process, follow up surveillances and day-to-day management of asbestos containing material data for their clients. Hazmat Inspector eliminates the need for redundant data entry and paper forms. It provides central program and data access allowing critical data to be securely shared in real time by 3rd party vendors or clients instantly, anywhere anytime using desktop PC, Tablet PC, Palm or Pocket PC mobile wireless handheld devices. Basebridge will actually brand the service so it looks like a service offered by the environmental service or property management firm.

Users can synchronize wirelessly in the field or via the synchronization cradle connected to a PC. The software uses a robust SQL database on the Pocket PC and Palm OS handheld devices allowing users to carry the complete building history in the field, making follow up surveillances a snap.

With the increase of diseases related to asbestos, including a rare form of cancer called mesothelioma, US and Canadian government legislation requires building owners and managers to develop and maintain a register of asbestos containing material within their buildings.


More information: http://www.basebridge.com/asbestos_management...




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