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New Auto Allow Equipment Access

Published on 10/08/19 by karyn.menzies@safetyspot.com

The new Auto-Allow Equipment Access feature automatically allows access when training requirements are completed for a specific piece of equipment.

Step 1

Go to Equipment Management from the drop-down menu in the top, left corner.

Step 2

Scroll to and select the desired equipment.

Step 3

Click the small gear Settings button in the top, right corner.

Step 4

Go to Restricted Access from the menu on the left.

Step 5

**Note: Restricted Access must first be turned on to access the auto-allow feature.
Once Restricted Access is on, toggle select ON the auto-allow feature

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Equipment Manager

Published on 04/29/19 by karyn.menzies@safetyspot.com
Updated on 05/16/19.

We've added a new feature to SafetySpot to further assist with equipment management. The Equipment Manager feature allows managers to manage vendor information, keep track of cost information, warranty and vendor support information, and calibration information.

Additional fields when adding new equipment

Step 1:

Click the drop-down menu in the top, left corner.

Step 2:

Go to Equipment & Assets.

Step 3:

Click +New.

Step 4:

Select the equipment type.

Step 5:

Fill in the information for the equipment being added. Note the new fields including cost, vendor, and warranty information. The direct link to the manufacturer's warranty information can be copied and pasted into the warranty field for easy access later.

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Technical Specifications fields

Step 1

After saving the equipment, you may edit tech specs by clicking Add Technical Specifications on the next page.

Step 2

You may add and remove fields as needed so that only the necessary fields show up.

Step 3

Be sure to save.

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Equipment Request

Published on 04/08/19 by karyn.menzies@safetyspot.com

An additional feature of the Request Dashboard is Equipment Requests. Managers may view and accept or deny equipment requests as well as download the organization's equipment request history.

To access Equipment Requests via the Request Dashboard:

Step 1

Click on the circular group icon in the top, right corner.

Step 2

Go to Requests. This takes you to the Request Dashboard.

Step 3

Select Equipment Requests from the menu bar.

Step 4

New requests will appear at the top of this page. You may accept or deny new requests and view request history.

Step 5

To download the organization's entire request history, click the Download Equipment Request History link at the top, right corner.

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Equipment Circulation

Published on 01/14/19 by karyn.menzies@safetyspot.com

Equipment Circulation allows users to log the check-out and return of equipment.

Users request equipment check-out.

Step 1

From the drop-down menu in the top-left corner, go to Equipment & Assets.

Step 2

Click Circulation listed in the top menu bar.

Step 3

You will see a list of equipment available to your organization. Note:You must have access to the equipment you are requesting to check-out.

Step 4

Click Check-Out on the desired equipment. You will then see an alert that the check-out is pending approval.

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Note:You will get a notification indicating whether this check-out is approved or denied.
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Managers approve or deny check-out request.

Step 1

From the drop-down menu in the top-left corner, go to Equipment & Assets.

Step 2

Click Circulation listed in the top menu bar.

Step 3

Click Management in the top, right corner.

Step 4

There will be a small, oval icon in the top, right corner indicating pending requests. Click the icon to view.

Step 5

Now managers may choose whether to approve or deny the check-out request. The user will receive a notification with the manager's selection.

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Equipment Revervation Restrictions

Published on 10/12/18 by karyn.menzies@safetyspot.com

A new feature allows managers to restrict the amount of time a piece of equipment is available for reservation.

Step 1

From the drop-down menu at the top, left corner, go to Equipment & Assets.

Step 2

Scroll and select the equipment you'd like to restrict.

Step 3

Click the blue gear settings button at the top, right corner.

Step 4

Select Reservation Restrictions from the menu on the left.

Step 5

Toggle select Reservation Restrictions ON.

Step 6

Now you will be able to set an allotted time for this equipment to be reserved. Enter the amount of time by minutes, hours, days, or months. Click update.

Step 7

Now when users schedule this equipment, there will be a message indicating that one hour (or the time chosen) is the maximum time allowed. If any time exceeding that is attempted, a message will appear alerting them of the maximum time allowed and prompt them to choose another time frame. Scheduling within this time frame will be accepted and added to the schedule.

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Turning Off An Energizer: Small Update To New Energizers Coming Out

Published on 08/31/18 by daniel.medina@safetyspot.com

Hello,

The new Energizers that are coming out will only turn of by pressing the Job Stop button on the Energizer.

If it is turned off via web app or due to the end of a scheduled time, the energizer will stay on but notify that it should be turned off by cycling colors on the RGB button indicator.

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Safetyspot.Com Welcomes Csu La To Our Family Of Innovative Universities That Put Safety First!

Published on 08/29/17 by admin@safetyspot.com
Updated on 07/03/18.
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CSU-LA is known for their hydrogen station and fuel cell cars. CSU-LA was the first hydrogen station in California to be certified to sell fuel to the public. Safetyspot.com welcomes CSU-LA to our family of innovative and complex facilities that put safety first!

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