Fields are used to collect and hold details about your assets. Your Fields are unique to your organisation and customizable. Gather information important to you:
Get to Field Setup on the App
Permission is required to modify Fields.
Contact your RiskBase administrator or email email@example.com to request access to Field Setup.
Fields can be set up to only appear based on the response to other fields, e.g.
- No - no other fields are shown.
- Yes - additional fields Alarm description and Alarm Panel location appear.
Fields come in all shapes and sizes and are designed for different purposes.
Use the field type most suited to the type of data you want to capture.
Organise the different types of information into sections. Information appears in these sections on the app and on reports.
In the example below, Asset Information holds details about the Building, Occupancy, Use and Fire Equipment. There is a seperate section for Doors which holds the specification and conditional information of each Fire Door at a property.
Sections are unique to your organisation. Structure field sections however you want.
Create a New Section
Further organise fields into groups. Inside the section Asset Information is Building, Occupancy, Use and Fire Equipment.
The Fire Equipment group could contain fields:
Groups are unique to your organisation. Structure field groups however you want.
Create a New Group
Re-order the Groups in a Section
When you need to record and store data on multiples of the same item as in a Fire Door survey, use Repeatable Fields.
Using the Fire Doors Survey example, everytime you a door, all the fields in a group are generated and asked of the new door. The findings of repeatable fields can be detailed within the asset information of a report or formatted in it's own section in the case of a door, compartmentation or exterior wall survey.
Create a New Group of Repeatable Fields
Add Fields to the Repeatable Field Group
Include your fields in your assessments.
Add and update information about your asset alongside answering questions and adding actions and controls. This makes completing risk assessments more efficient because you no longer need to leave the assessment to add static information about an asset.
Field information can now be added/edited during an assessment and gets saved to the asset when the assessment is Approved.
Add Fields To Your Assessment Templates
Learn how to setup fields in assessments.