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Why Tool Tracking Matters

05/06/2022

Slate Pages provides users with an easy way to track your equipment, from maintenance history and specifications to warranty and operating information, all without having to store stacks of user manuals and eliminating the need to search for them when they’re needed.

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Landscaping Equipment and Project Management With Slate Pages

04/25/2022

Slate QR Code asset tracking tags can add a tremendous value to businesses in the landscaping industry. The Slates Page app can help landscaping businesses in two areas: equipment inventory and maintenance, and project management.

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Simplify OSHA Inspections With Slate Pages

04/15/2022

Slate Pages provides users with an easy way to track your assets, standardize and simplify your inspections, and allow for a quick way to access your records, all without having to store reams of paper in a filing cabinet and eliminating the need to search for them when they’re needed.

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The Importance of Equipment Failure Insights

03/25/2022

The digital age has really changed the way equipment diagnostics is approached. Prior to smartphones and the internet of things (IoT), preventive maintenance was very difficult. Most facility managers were focused on reaction not prevention.

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Managing Safety Harness & Lanyard Inspections With Slate Pages

03/04/2022

Wearing a safety harness saves lives. Performing daily inspection of your safety harness will help protect you and your workers’ from accidents. Slate Pages is an easy to use inspection app that makes inspecting your harnesses & lanyards digital, fast, & trackable.

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Aerial Lift/Platform Daily Inspections For Your Project

02/21/2022

Aerial Lifts are common on multistory constructions projects often require quarterly and annual inspection. They are a very cost-effective way to access elevated work areas without erecting scaffolding or staging. Unfortunately, the industries casual approach to daily inspection and training has cost American construction worker lives.

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