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Efficient routines and processes for maintenance, inspection and control of a technical assets is mission critical for our customers. It is a matter of minimizing unnecessary downtime and accidents just as being able to safeguard quality, having control of costs and increase ones profitability.

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  • Create your own checklists
  • Walk-around inspections such as DVIR (Driver Vehicle Inspection Report)
  • Service Intervals
  • Safety rounds for a safer workplace
  • Reporting and managing deviations
  • Report and manage incidents such as work accidents, near hits, safety observations etc.

How Strukton Rail gets control of maintenance

The railway company Strukton Rail uses CheckProof for basically everything where checklists are needed.

– For quite a while now, we've been looking for some type of system that eliminates paper forms, and we were working in several different systems, says Ulf Steneryd, Vehicle Manager at Strukton Rail.

Save time, money and life

Our system makes int easy for our customers to implement simple and efficient processes and routines. This allows them to keep a high and consistent quality as well as saving lots of money, contributing to an increased profitability and a more carefree everyday life.

The user-friendly App let's your users perform inspections and report deviations and incidents as easily as possible.

  • Reduces maintenance and quality deficiency costs
  • Increase reporting of incidents and risk observations
  • Facilitates administration, time-saving
  • Helps increase compliance with applicable laws
  • Provides support for ISO/Lean/HSEQ
  • API for third-party integrations

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AB Styrhytten has its own workshop and service team and with hundreds of units in operation daily, CheckProof is an important tool.

Pelle Axelsson, CEO

It has provided us with a more structured electronical way of communicating and better time management.

Jan Sigfridsson, Production & Planning

With the help of CheckProof, we can ensure that the control we require from the operators is made and followed.

Andreas Pålgård