Inspect2GO (http://www.inspect2go.com/ehs) now applies its mobile tablet application software to DOH (Department of Health) and EHS (Environmental Health and Safety) related projects.
Its iPad and Android tablet based inspection technology is ideal for DOH/EHS audits, checklists and inspection processes with emphasis on food safety and restaurant inspection using iPad tablets.
The mobile tablet checklist software can be used for city/county health code inspection, workplace safety audits, food safety and other field inspections.
Inspect2GO’s flexible mobile software package can easily adapt to the needs of each new jurisdiction.
Restaurant Inspection/Scoring – City/County public health inspection scoring on iPad/Android tablet applications
Public Health Department Inspections - Health code violation/inspection with iPad/Android tablets
Mobile Software - Handheld, wireless restaurant scoring inspection software on iPhone, iPad and Android tab
EHS - Environmental Health and Safety (agency) inspection software for tablets and smartphones
County Inspection – Municipal and county health department inspection
Food Safety – Food safety inspection software, checklist apps and audit forms for iPad/Android tablets
Public food services – Public food service establishment tablet inspection applications
Restaurant inspection applications
Mobile food cart inspection
Wholesale food supplier inspection
Other EHS Inspections – Nursing home, kitchen, cafeteria, housing, hazmat, hotel, water, pest, sanitation
Tablet Inspection Software Capabilities
Reporting/ Public health code violation tracking
Data Management/Inspection report storage
Restaurant Audit Forms
Inspector Time Management
Inspect2Go is a mobile application development company based in Southern California. The firm’s technology includes inspection checklist mobile apps with signature, photo, markup, custom reporting, pdf email and database functions. The checklist apps are compatible with Apple iOS (iPhone, iPad) and Android.
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