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SHEQ Compliance System
Case Study – SHEQ Compliance System
Overview

Overview

A project is software – supported by mobile apps – that assists other companies in digitally managing their SHEQ processes.

SHEQ (Safety, Health, Environment, and Quality) systems are called upon to ensure companies’ health and safety regulations, environmental regulations, and quality control.

ONBOARDING

Simple three-step onboarding for newbies.

SIGN-IN & SIGN-UP

A clear sign-up process where user can:

  • Chose the language for the Application;
  • Choose the system where we want to log in;
  • Add new system that we want to use.

Easy authorisation with login & password.

HOME PAGE

Users can see their name, avatar, and the system where they are on this page.
 
Each specific chapter can be chosen manually or found by searching.
 
The manager controls the user’s permissions and available sections.

NOTIFICATION PAGE

Users can verify whether they have received any notifications on this page and navigate to the corresponding section where the updates have been made.

LOCATION PAGE

This page lets users verify if they have been added to any sections or groups. Additionally, different nestings are available, allowing users to select particular chapters and perform specific actions:

  • Get to know the information;
  • Report the problem;
  • Send an answers.

ASSETS PAGE

Users can search for assets, choose their location from the list, or scan the QR code on the Assets page.

ANSWERS DIALOGUE

Users can consistently answer the manager’s questions and report problems by adding text, photos, and videos.

Challenge

Challenge

The client came with a request to add new functionality to the mobile application. They were adding logic for correct automation of sending reports from employees to management.
 
This work was like a test for further cooperation. The condition is that if the client likes our work, he will hire our developer on outstaffing.

Solution

We analyzed the scope of work and described all the expected functionality as a backlog and acceptance criteria. This allowed us to make the entire project scope and get into 100% of the client’s expectations.
 
The proper onboarding and the right questions to the client allowed the developer to immediately get involved in a large new project and complete all the planned tasks within the specified time and budget.