Linking Information To Fire Equipment
The Problem: NFPA 1852 details some good inspections guidelines and practices as it relates to SCBA. Correct Inspections, completed in the required frequency, can produce thousands of inspection sheets and forms. That is a ton of paperwork to manage! Maintaining this information is proving to be one of the most difficult parts of complying with the NFPA 1852 SCBA inspection program.
The Solution: For those who hate paperwork and all the stress that comes with it, welcome to the club. We hate it too! So with a slate and the slate pages app, drop your clipboards, pens and pencils. Start running paperless inspections. You will no longer have to look for lost paper, or spend hours sorting through inspection forms and filing them away.
Fire Departments across the country are using slates to track and inspect their equipment with ease. PAKs, Bottles, Apparatus, Hydraulic rescue tools, EMS bags, you name it. A Slate is a QR code printed on a custom fire-resistant sticker. Then with the Slate Pages app, scan the slate, add information and run your inspections. The information on each slate is then saved and copied to the Slate Pages website where you can view and manage all your equipment. Those who have converted to Slates no longer look for lost paper, or spend hours sorting through inspection forms and filing them away. And everything they need to know about a specific unit can be accessed immediately by scanning its Slate.