Updates to Training Notifications

Posted by - New Features, PASS Training

Yesterday we pushed out two new notifications in PASS Training — Incomplete Trainings and Overdue Invoices. We think they’ll be very useful in helping both trainees and administrators stay on top of things. Incomplete Training Notifications Our customers are busy, and we understand that UST operator duties are just a small portion of their day-to-day responsibilities. That said, sometimes… Read more »

Working Hard to Keep Your Data Safe

Posted by - Technology

Here at PASS we always take our customers’ privacy seriously – just take a look at my colleague’s post from last week. That being said, I wanted to take a second and quickly share an update we’ve recently put in place to help keep your information safe. As of last week, we implemented SSL on our marketing site, passtesting.com. We’ve always used… Read more »

Customizing Your Compliance Notifications

Posted by - New Features, PASS Tools

Since we recently updated the notification engine inside of PASS Tools, we thought it would be a great opportunity to share all of the improvements we’ve incorporated. You can choose to receive any of the following notifications. NOVs New NOV Added NOV Resolved Overdue NOV NOV due in 7 and/or 14 days Inspections Weekly Inspection Agenda A list of all… Read more »

Updates to PASS Tools

Posted by - New Features, PASS Tools, Technology

Today we are excited to announce two great new features that were just introduced into PASS Tools. The first is improved inspection flow and navigation, and the second is better director management for companies. Inspection Improvements Up until now the flow of inspections were limited to one set of questions per piece of equipment, which… Read more »

Supporting Internet Explorer

Posted by - Technology

Today we are announcing our plans for supporting Internet Explorer 6, 7, and 8. When we analyze which browsers to support, our number one goal is customer satisfaction and security. With that said we will no longer be supporting Internet Explorer 6 and 7, and will phase out support for IE8 in spring of 2015. Here are the key factors that… Read more »

Heartbleed Security Update

Posted by - Technology

By now I’m sure most of you are aware of the Heartbleed bug, and its implications for the internet, but for those who aren’t, here’s a quick explanation from heartbleed.com: The Heartbleed Bug is a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library. This weakness allows stealing the information protected, under normal conditions, by… Read more »

We’ll be at the M-PACT Show – April 1-3

Posted by - Tradeshows

Raymond, Kyle, Dave, and Laura will all be at the M-PACT show, April 1-3, in booth 417. We’ll be there to talk about our recently launched product PASS Tools, as well as all of the federal requirement changes looming ahead regarding 40CRF 280. We’d love for you to stop by if you have any questions,… Read more »