Source water assessment checklists help inspectors assess the condition and quality of a single water source in a given location. Here we will look at a few critical points regarding Water Point Assessment Checklists.

  • What does a typical source water assessment report include?
  • Why are these reports of importance to water management companies and civic bodies?
  • How does Fielda help inspectors create these reports?

What do inspectors document in Source Water Assessment Reports: 

Water points may include wells, bore wells, taps, pumps, etc., and require inspections to ensure they are in good working condition and set up according to safe water management practices. Inspectors record details such as the exact location and GPS specifics of the water point, the structure, and type of water point, details regarding its operations (manual or electric), the date when the water source was set up, the number of people accessing and using the water, etc. They also include details like water quality, the condition of the pumps, the hygiene maintained in the area, and its distance from the nearest sewage or garbage collection points.  

Why these reports are required: 

Civic bodies and regulatory authorities evaluate water points to ensure they comply with local and federal norms and that best practices are being followed to provide safe water for consumers. To meet these standards, water companies audit the infrastructure at various water points to certify their condition, conduct repairs if needed, replace components and take necessary remediation measures if water quality is compromised. 

How Fielda helps streamline the creation of source water assessment Checklists: 

Water points may sometimes be located in far-flung regions where internet connectivity is poor or absent. Fielda helps inspectors complete their assessments and report submissions with no disruptions through its offline data capture feature. Its GIS functionality also allows auditors to track, map, and visualize various water points in large geographical areas with ease and high accuracy. All data is immediately available for review, and inspection teams can quickly initiate action based on their findings.    

Adapt: Use Fielda’s custom digital forms to adapt checklists as required for local and state compliance requirements.

Access: Spot issues early, increase turnaround time for repairs, and improve water point quality with real-time reports and insights

Synergize: Handle all internal data sharing and external compliance reporting with customizable workflows.

About Fielda: Fielda helps companies manage and maintain their assets and gain real-time oversight of all tasks, workflows, and projects to improve operational efficiency, enhance team productivity and impact the bottom line. Whether it’s installations, inspections, repairs, replacement of parts, servicing and maintenance, or routine audits, with Fielda’s mobile data collection, GIS-enabled technology, automated and custom workflows, and analytics, you can eliminate errors, enhance response time, ease workflow bottlenecks, and simplify your field operations.

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