Records for Buildings
What it Does
RecordsForBuildings.com will meet your needs for the storage and retrieval of records about the health of your buildings. It brings together your reports into one location accessible from any internet connection worldwide.
The latest and past audits, risk assessments and surveys for single and multiple sites can be safely stored on the site. Such documents include; asbestos registers, air and water quality surveys, health and safety and Legionella risk assessments, disability access audits and fire risk assessments etc.
Amazingly the RecordsForBuildings.com powerful action plan wizard can then turn your documents into an interactive management system.
In addition any health and safety policy document or compliance certificate can be stored and access provided to a range of personnel throughout the organization.
Information can be shared through multi- levels of access using an individual password system via a totally secure server.
RecordsForBuildings.com also contains a water monitoring and fire safety logbook system. After a simple set up clients can then monitor and add readings into their on-line logbook. Clients will be warned when readings are due or if measurements are outside legal parameters.
Information can be made available to third parties by your approval i.e. contractors, landlords, safety inspectors, fire service, insurance brokers/underwriter, architects etc.
The design layout of the system can be changed to meet an organisation’s corporate requirements.
Benefits of www.RecordsForBuildings.com
The system meets health and safety statutory compliance for the storage of data and records.
The web-based system can be instantly accessible from any location via PC or laptop.
Approved individuals can simultaneously view and discuss a particular record from different offices.
Vital and detailed information is stored in one place where it will not go missing due to a change of premises, or staff movement etc.
This makes it easier and quicker to access and to keep the information up to date.
Records can be used interactively. For example many audits summarise recommendations in the form of action plans, which can be amended and updated and used for budgetary purposes.
The system assists in minimizing risks by intelligently alerting the user when he/she inputs data that falls outside acceptable parameters.
HBI’s flexible pricing allows organisations to choose how much information they want to store.
Prices are based upon a cost per MB and are banded into Small, Medium, Large, Corporate and Enterprise sized groups.
For example the Small package offers 15MB of storage, which equates to approximately 10 reports (dependent upon report content and size). At the other end of the spectrum the Enterprise package offers 1000MB, which equates to approximately 700 reports.