All data collected through the application is retained on the server for reporting and future reference. Reporting in the PMS module allows users to view a range of useful information. Current reports included in the software are as follows;
Report 1: Inspections
A tabular report showing the number of Failed/Passed/All inspections (grades C, or D), with all details recorded about each transect. Parameters for this report are “from date” and “to date”, defaulted to the previous week.
Report 2: User Service Inspections
Number of inspections carried out by service and user. This is represented as a matrix of services against users. Parameters for this report are “from date” and “to date”, with the default being the current date for both parameters.
Report 3: Rectifications
A tabular report showing the number of failed inspections (grades C, or D) that have been rectified (re-inspected with grades A, or B), and the time taken to achieve the rectification. The history of each original inspection that was failed and subsequently rectified can be reached by expanding the relevant row in the main report. Each transect record can be expanded to show the rectification history. Parameters for this report are “from date” and “to date”, with the default covering the last 7 days.
Report 4: Inspection Monitoring
A tabular report showing inspections performed by PDAAdmin users to verify the grades provided by inspectors. This report has two views; the first details all the PDAAdmin inspections that have been completed within the selected date range. The second view provides a summary of transects which have been graded by BOTH inspectors and PDA Admin users. Any difference in grade is highlighted using a colour code e.g. One degree of difference in the grade will be highlighted in yellow.
The above reports are all date filterable allowing for easy comparison of data. In addition, some of the reports can be broken down further into service and shift. Reports can be printed, saved as PDF or exported in Comma Separated Value (.csv) format.
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