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Crewlist Screenshots : 1 2 3
Preventance and Crewlist
are Microsoft Access Databases, They Require MS Access to have been Installed on Computers to Run. MS
Access is Part of MS Office (which also includes MS Word and Excell) or it can be Purchased Separately.
Preventance provides its own tools like Find, Add/Delete Records etc. Access acts like a platform on which it runs without the need to use its utilities/functions.
The databases were developed according to the specific requirements of a company. Many features
can change easily because the code was written having this in mind. Ask for your preferences.
More Details on Preventance
Ship's machinery and equipment are divided into four categories, for each of the ship's departments:
Engineer's,Electrician's, Deck's and Communication's.
For each category there is a main form named after its category like "ENGINEER's LIST",
and equipment are cataloged in major and minor groups, each with its
date or hours of last inspection/maintenance and
its periodic requirement for preventive
maintenance. (Like every 6 months or every 3000 hours)
So when its time
comes again it is listed in the upcoming scheduled jobs form, the
"THIS MONTH's JOBS" form, in which after maintenance
or inspection has been
performed, one lets the program know by clicking on the REGISTER INSPECTION DONE
doing so the item will be moved to the "INSPECTION's HISTORY" list.
If work is not done "This Month" that it is due it will be moved to another list,
which has the same functional keys as the "THIS MONTH'S JOBS".
Finally there is the "EDIT LIST" form for use in editing all data since all records are
cource locked in all other forms.
Provides spaces for (searcable) notes as well as drawings or photographs for each listing
there is a separate report/form for the ship particulars.
A list of ship's machinery and equipment (1500 Records) is available, easily adaptable to every ship,
for an additional $55 charge per ship.