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QuipCheck™ Fleet Module

Fleet is QuipCheck's core module and the key to its simplicity and ease-of-use. Add all of your vehicles, plant & equipment for quick and accurate selection.

You get...

  • ... all your vehicles, plant & equipment listed on the app.
  • ... your fleet grouped, labelled and sorted intuitively – as per your requirements.
  • ... your fleet grouped by sites/regions (etc).
  • ... recently-selected vehicles and plant appearing at the top of the app
  • ... the QuipCheck™ Portal for adding to your fleet database.
  • ... access to dozens of standard fleet forms from the QuipCheck™ library (see below).
  • ... fleet forms attached to each type of vehicle/plant.
  • ... form submissions held on-file and accessible through the app and QuipCheck™ Portal.
  • ... daily and weekly dashboards

... and these benefits

  • Eliminate mistakes and improve accuracy through intuitive vehicle/plant selection
  • Whether your business has vehicles, plant, equipment, widgets or something else, QuipCheck™ always looks familiar.
  • Vehicles and plant can be repeatedly selected quickly and easily
  • Add and maintain your own fleet – changes appear instantly on the app.
  • Save time by using standard forms, or let us customise your own forms – we will convert your paper forms for you*.
  • Forms are re-used across groups of vehicles to reduce number of forms needed.
  • Keep a history or 'virtual paper trail' for every vehicle.
  • Monitor your team's compliance thru' live dashboards

Preview our fleet forms

The standard forms shown below are available with the QuipCheck™ Fleet Module. Select the form for a preview then scroll down the phone screen to view the entire form. You can have any number of these standard forms, your own customised forms, or a combination.

Preview our standard fleet forms
ATV Check
Chipper Pre-Start Checklist
Crane Lift Plan (Lite)
Crawler Crane Daily Check
Diesel Generator Checklist
Dozer Pre-start Check
Dump Truck Visual Inspection
Electrical Test & Tag
Excavator Pre-start Check
Forklift Checklist
Fungicide Sprayer Post-Shift Check
Generator Visual Inspection
Grader Inspection
Hand-held Machinery Pre-Start Check
Harvester Pre-start Check
Heavy Trailer Check Sheet
Herbicide Sprayer Pre-start Check
Hire Excavator Inspection
JCB Telehandler 10-hour Check
JCB Telehandler 50-hour Check
Leaf Plucker Pre-start Check
Light Vehicle Check Sheet
Light Vehicle Check Sheet
Light Vehicle Check Sheet (Oz)
Loader Pre-start Check
LUV Check
Mobile Crane Daily/Weekly Check
Mulcher/Mower Daily Check
Net Winder Pre-Season Service
Plate Compactor/Rammer Check
Post Driver Pre-Start Check
Power Saw Inspection
Ride-on Mower Pre-start Check
Roller Pre-start Check
Scan an EWP log book
Shredder Daily Pre-Start Check
Skid Steer Pre Start Check
Telehandler Weekly Check Sheet
Tower Crane Daily Check Sheet
Tracked Loader Check
Tractor Pre-start Check
Trailer Pre-start Check
Trimmer Pre-start Check
Truck Pre-start Check
Truck Pre-start Check (Oz)
Water Blaster Daily Maintenance

» Preview some of our customers' forms

How it works

Using the example of a crane hire business, let's walk through how the app works.

Step 1: Select your vehicle

Start by selecting your crane from the list. In this example the fleet list is grouped intuitively for the operator.

A short list of "Recent plant" (the operator's previously-selected cranes) are listed at the top for quick access. All plant is grouped for easy access. Mobile cranes are further classified by type to assist with selection.

Step 2: Select a form

After fleet selection, a list of forms is displayed appropriate to the type of vehicle. Operators make a selection form from the list of available forms.

Forms are tailored to the type of crane. Some forms, such as a Daily Check, are not available unless a Weekly Check has been performed within 7 days (see example). The operator can view previous checks and issues found by other operators.

Step 3: Submit the form

Checks are performed and the form is submitted. Basic fleet data is collected at the same time, such as engine hours and registration expiry date, and is fed into the QuipCheck™ Maintenance Module if desired.

For simplicity, QuipCheck's forms are all on a single page. The operator scrolls down the form undertaking checks as instructed and entering requested information. Default values for some information (such as rego expiry data) are provided for convenience.

Choosing "unacceptable" invites the operator to provide a comment and/or take a photo. Checks can be skipped (if allowed), or the operator can select "N/A" if available. When complete the operator presses "Submit". If the form can't be completed at this time the operator can choose to save the form for later completion.

Step 4: Receive the PDF

The submitted form is received as a multi-page PDF document within seconds.

The PDF is sent to the operator's mobile device via email and Cc'd to his/her supervisor. Forms can be configured to be sent to additional recipients such as an office administrator and/or manager(s). Where issues or faults have been identified forms are Cc'd to the workshop manager.

Photos are included in the PDF but can be packaged up full-size in a separate PDF or as individual email attachments if required. All PDFs are stored securely and are available for downloading by supervisors from the QuipCheck™ web portal.

Review submitted forms

Checks received are reviewed in the web portal by supervisors.

Columns can be displayed, hidden or re-ordered as desired. Checks can be ordered or grouped by date/age, operator, plant, form (etc), and filtered in various ways.

Elapsed time shows how long it took the operator to complete the form. Exclamation marks ( ) denote an issue or fault was reported (we call these "exceptions"). Generic forms such as timesheets and term hire dockets are also listed here.

Click on the icon to download the PDF file. The second PDF file contains a full-size version of photos (where required). The (disk) icon denotes a saved form that has not yet been submitted.

View previous checks

Previous checks by any user for the selected crane can be viewed by the operator.

The full history of checks for the selected crane is available to the operator from within the app. The operator can view any of the more recent checks with reported issues, or select "Display all previous checks" for the complete history.