Creating Missing Inspections

 Standard Operating Procedures

Creating an Inspection on the fly


A Technician might arrive somewhere to perform an inspection and there might not be one available in Fire Asset Manager for collecting results.



To create an inspection on-the-fly, click the plus icon in the upper right corner of the header

The system auto-assigns an inspection number (1447 in the example to the right) .


Inspections need to be attached to either an Asset or a Location.  Click the right arrow at the end of the line for one of these choices to continue creating the inspection

If this is an inspection associated with a location click CT on the Region page.  
If this is an inspection associated with a location, after CT was selected on Region page, select the proper campus on the Facility page  
If this is an inspection associated with a location, the Property screen is next with the list of all UConn properties on the selected campus loading 20* rows at a time.  To quickly select the building, type the building ID or description in the search box at the top of the screen and click the Search button.


(*The number of rows is a configurable setting for the Fire AM app)

Select the Location/Room from the list
Once the location of the inspection is specified down to the room level Fire Asset Manager returns to the Inspection definition page  
Select the Inspection type that corresponds to the type of inspection about to be performed  
When creating an inspection in Fire Asset Manager select CURRENT as the status
When the location, type and status are filled in click the Save link in the upper right corner to save the inspection.
Note that most UConn inspections have automatic naming that helps standardize the locating and reporting on inspections.  (Room Turn for BEECHER HALL, TOWERS DORMS B Suite 110 in the example shown to the right)
After clicking Done, Fire AM returns to whichever section of the application the plus icon was clicked at the beginning of this process





  1. Technicians – Arriving at an inspection location without an inspection or with an inspection of the incorrect type
  2. Area Managers -When it is recognized that a location is missing an inspection or has an inspection of the incorrect type
  3. System Administrators (for pre-populating large quantities of Inspections)