Updated 04 June 2018
Each customer has their own RiskBase organisation. For example:
A chain of coffee shops (Kenney’s Coffee) are managed by a fire management company (Acme Fire) — both Kenney’s Coffee and Acme Fire have their own RiskBase organisation.
Acme Fire have accounts for each of their employees. The employees working on the “Kenney’s Coffee” project have been added to the Kenney’s Coffee organisation — these users can see both Acme Fire and Kenney’s Coffee.
As well as the Acme Fire accounts, Kenney’s Coffee have accounts for each of their stores — the person responsible for fire signs in to RiskBase to view their fire risk assessment and complete remedial actions.
The Explorer can be found, at all times, down the left hand side of the application. It provides access to all of your organisation’s teams, users, and Objects.
Use the search field at the top to search for specific objects in the explorer. Right click an object in the explorer to access pages like details, assessments, and tasks.
An “object” describes any item that appears in the Explorer — organisations, property groups, and properties are all “objects”:
|Organsiation||“Kenney’s Coffee” in the example above is an organisation.|
|Property Group||“London” and “Central London” are property groups.|
|Property||“Greenwich” and “Croydon” are properties.|
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