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Lead Inspectors Quick to Utilize EnvironmentalReports’ Mobile Technology Solutions
EnvironmentalReports’ software allows lead inspectors, contractors and surveyors the ability to drastically increase operating efficiencies and streamline operations to increase profits.
One of ER’s early users, lead professional Mr. Carlucci, recently reported, “With ER’s iPhone application I can easily pick a project and location set up in the system, quickly perform XRF sampling by picking data from customizable dropdown lists and send all this information immediately back to the office when I am finished. My photos are tagged with the XRF sample information, which significantly reduces my reporting time. Even better, all my lead summary tables are created instantly, so I no longer have to spend the time entering this information into spreadsheets.”
ER’s project software solutions for lead professionals comes at a perfect time with the new lead regulations, known as the Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) Rule, set to soon to go into effect. The RRP rule requires contractors to store certification and testing documents for a 3 year minimum. The EPA has the authority to seek civil fines of $32,500 per offense and an additional criminal fine of $32,500 plus jail time for knowing and willful violation of the RRP requirements. ER’s software helps lead professionals follow the new requirements for data storage while streamlining their operations.
“The patent pending online document management system, which also works seamlessly with handheld technologies, allows professionals to setup projects and store all their important environmental data in one location,” reported Michael McIntyre, Vice President of EnvironmentalReports “It enables users to organize, track, share, manage, archive and easily retrieve data to successfully complete environmental projects.”
To learn more please visit http://www.EnvironmentalReports.com, email info@EnvironmentalReports.com or call (732) 418-9500.
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