Updated 05 September 2016
During an Asbestos Survey, if actual samples are taken and sent for testing, the approved Certificate for those samples needs to be created on Riskbase. The details and results of the sample need to be added to the Certificate in order to validate the related sample in the Inspection Points.
To reach the Certificates page, right click on the company name and then select ‘Asbestos Certificates’. A full list of existing Certificates for that company will be displayed.
To search for an existing Certificate, you can use the filter options on the left of the screen and then select ‘Filter Certificates’.
To create a new Certificate:
A new Certificate has now been created. To return to the Certificate page for the company, select ‘<Back to Certificates’ at the top of the page.
To add another Certificate for different Inspection Points on the same property, repeat steps 1-8.
Once a Certificate has been created, the samples relating to that Certificate need to be added to it.
The samples added to this Certificate will now be listed in the right viewing pane.
Once samples have been added to a Certificate, the lab reference information and results of the testing need to be added to each sample.
Once complete, the sample will be marked with a green tick
Once all samples have been added to the Certificate, and those samples have been updated with their lab references, the Certificate can be approved.
*You are not able to unapprove the Certificate once the Surveys relating to the Certificate are approved.
Approving the Certificate validates the corresponding samples added in the Inspection Points (see section ‘Creating an Asbestos Survey’).
Sometimes you may need to unapprove a Certificate, if for example, …
You can now make changes to the unapproved Certificate.
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