March 17, 2017
|Since there have been a number of regulator replacements going on, on this week’s Tip of the Week will focus on how to use Enter Service to document and track your Regulator Replacements. This is an update to a Tip that was sent out last spring.If your dashboard has alerted you that a regulator in the field has reached the end of its recommended service life, today’s Tip will help you to document and record the replacement.
Click here to view the regulator service life logic that is built into P3.
|As a reminder: If the service provided and documented is something other than a complete Safety Inspection (e.g., installing or replacing an appliance, a container swap, or regulator replacement) it should be entered using the Enter Service functionality.|
|Once you have selected Enter and then Service from the drop-down menu, you will select Regulator Replacement from the Reason menu.|
|Next, you will simply scroll to the Regulators section and click on the icon, which allows you to replace the regulator that is currently at that location.|
|From there, you will be able to enter all of the data relating to the replacement regulator, and then click Replace.|
|Finally, you’ll want to enter any necessary system tests and click Save.|
|For more detailed information about inspection and installation best practices, click here.|