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How does Testing & Inspection work in Current RMS?
How does Testing & Inspection work in Current RMS?

Record PAT, Test & Tag, LOLER, OSHA, ASME, ICOPER and other test results using Testing & Inspection.

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Written by Matthew James Finkel
Updated over a week ago

Depending on where you operate and the kind of gear that you rent, you might need to test or inspect your kit. PAT, Test & Tag, and LOLER are common tests for our customers.

Even if it’s not a legal requirement, you might like to periodically check your assets to make sure that they’re safe and up to your company’s standards. 

With Testing & Inspection in Current RMS, you can:

How does Testing & Inspection work?

  1. Create inspections in System Setup > Inspections
    This is where you set up the types of tests that you do, how often you do them, and the values that you record.

  2. Apply tests to your products
    Edit your products and tick the types of test that apply to the product’s assets.

  3. Test your assets
    Use the Testing & Inspections screen to see all of the assets that you need to test and log results.

Common tests

In Current RMS, you set up your own inspections – so you can choose exactly the kind of data that you’d like to record. 

Common tests that folks record in Current RMS:

Many US states have their own regulations, e.g. Washington state has stringent inspection requirements for rigging gear. The same is true for EU member states.

PAT test devices

There’s a few ways that you can bring in test results from PAT testers or other testing devices:

Next steps

Ready to start?

Common questions

Can I test bulk or non-stock?

No. Only inventory that’s serialized may be tested, since test results must be associated with a unique identifier. 

Remember, just because you’ve serialized something doesn’t mean you have to allocate an asset to it on an opportunity. You may mark a group booking as prepped or booked out.

Can I print test documents?

Absolutely. Head to a stock level page to pull off documents like certificates. See: Work with asset inspection results

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