Creating Checklists To Help Keep Your Business Safe

March 2020

With the COVID-19 pandemic, some companies are having the task of managing their businesses remotely, and some businesses are considered essential and need to stay open.  Everyone has the same goal in mind to keep everyone safe.

As some employees are able to work from their home environment, maintenance still needs to be done on equipment, buildings, and assets across all industries. Along with maintenance personnel are other essential workers in the food, grocery, pharmaceutical, and manufacturing industries who must still go to work every day.  They all have the same concerns while doing their job, to effectively keep equipment running at peak performance, trying to keep the environment sanitized and clean to ensure the safety of everyone and minimize the spread of Coronavirus. 

With so much going on, how do you prioritize and make sure that tasks and processes are not being missed and that everything is getting done?

CMMS & Checklists

Checklists are commonly used for preventive maintenance and can also be used as a formal document and reminder when certain types of events occur. 

Trying to keep track of all of the things that need to be done in our environment today is challenging.  Incorporating checklists into work orders is easy with a CMMS.  Checklists are a powerful and valuable tool for any organization.  Checklists help ensures that tasks will not be missed and are performed quickly, so that teams can focus more on important projects.  With the ability to manage and view work order status in real-time from anywhere, you can feel comfortable that tasks have been completed.

Our eWorkOrders staff is here to help you and answer any questions.

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