Quick Start Guide

An online Reactec Analytics Platform account is required to log into www.reactecanalyticsplatform.com. If not in receipt of a welcome email telephone Reactec 0131 221 0930.
 

This is a quick start guide to setup and use the system.

 
 
 
 

01 Checklist of items required - Check all items received/required

 

02 Gather information

Checklist of items required
  1. Internet enabled windows computer.
  2. Reactec Analytics Platform Account.
  3. Tool import template.
  4. Operator import template.
List of Administrators
Details of personnel who will require to be set up as administrators to either;
- manage access to reports;
- program operator ID cards;
- program Tool Tags.
 
List of operators
Use the template provided (if unsure contact operator supervisor or H&S Advisor)
 
Populate Operator ID Template:  Download template   
  • Operator ID number, maximum 16 characters to include any numbers and letters from A-F only. This is a unique number used to identify the operator within your organisation.
  • First name and last name of the operator.
  • Operator’s Exposure Action Value (EAV) & Exposure Limit Value (ELV).
  • CSCS, NI, DOB are optional fields.
List of line Management
Details of personnel requiring access rights to view reports.
 
List of vibratory tools to be tracked
Use the template provided (if unsure contact operator supervisor or person responsible for managing tools).
 
Populate Tool Tag Template: Download template     
  • Tool ID (maximum 16 characters).
  • Tool Description (maximum 16 characters).
  • Tool Manufacturer (maximum 16 characters).
  • Tool Model (maximum 16 characters). Vibration Level.
  • Sound Pressure and Weight are optional fields.

03 Reactec Analytics Platform Set-Up - Users

Checklist of items required
  • Internet enabled windows computer.
  • Reactec Analytics Platform Account.
  • List of line management requiring access to reports.
  • List of administrators and related tasks.
  • Further support
  • HAVwear System Overview
  • Software Admin Guide
 
Further support items
  1. HAVwear System Overview 
  2. Software Admin Guide 
Activities
Employees require a user account to access the Analytics Software. The following types of user accounts are available:
 
Types of user accounts
  • Report: View reports only.
  • Administrator: Administration of system, other users, operators, tools and to view reports.
  • Smart User: Within any of the above account types their is an option to have access to view both TEP and SEP data reports.
Setup a user account
  1. On the top Toolbar, select “Users”
  2. Select “Create New”
  3. Enter employee's details (The user ID must be unique across the system) and select type of user.
  4. Select HAVS, Tools, Resources to provide access to these types of reports.
  5. If a SMART User, select “View TEP & SEP”
  6. Select on or off to receive alerts if an employee has exceeded their EAV, ELV or both. Specify time when the report is to be sent (for the previous days data).
  7. If setup as an Administrator specify if the User requires access to System and/or Tools and/or Operators functionality.
  8. Select Create to add the employee to the list of users.

04 Choosing "enable operator to switch HAVwear OFF"

 
  • There is an option to enable operators to switch HAVwear OFF. When this mode is enabled (only by an Administrator) the operator at any time can prevent the HAVwear from detecting TEP HAV risk assessment exposure data.
  • The function is included for customers who are concerned about operators picking up exposure points from non-tool activity such as driving vehicles in rough terrain.
  • The operator can switch the HAVwear OFF during use by following a set sequence of presses of the HAVwear button.
  • The operator switches the HAVwear back ON by reading a HAVwear tag.
 
To enable the OFF functionality:
  1. Select Data/Project Manager from the top tool bar
  2. Select HAV Options from the side menu
  3. Select HAVwear Button Enabled’ from the main screen

05 Program Tool Tags

Checklist of items required
  • Internet enabled windows computer.
  • Reactec Analytic Platform login.
  • Tool Tag Manager Software.
  • RFID Read/writer.
  • Tool Tags (mark the Tags to identify the tools).
  • Populated Tool Tag Template.

Further support

  1.  Tool Tag Manager Guide 
Activities
Uploading the Tool Tag templates
  1. Select 'Data/Project Manager' from the top toolbar
  2. Select 'Tools' from the side menu.
  3. Select the 'Bulk Upload' button.
  4. Select 'Browse', locate the saved template, then select 'Open'
  5. Select 'Import' - Tools will now be visible in the Analytics Tool List
Programming Tool Tags:
  1. Open Tool Tag Manager Software.
  2. Connect RFID Read/ Writer to the computer. A green tick will be displayed in the RFID Read/ Writer Status box.
  3. Select 'Download Tools' - A prompt to login using the Analytics Software account credentials will appear. Once logged in all tools that have been uploaded to the Analytics Software will appear
  4. Place a Tag on the RFID Read/ Writer. A green tick will be displayed in the Tag Status.
  5. To write data to the Tag, press the appropriate 'Write' button.
  6. To program another Tag, simply remove the previous programmed Tag and place a new one on the RFID Read/Writer.
  7. Select 'Close' to exit the Software.

06 Program ID cards

Checklist of items required
  • Internet enabled windows
  • computer.
  • Reactec Analytic Platform login.
  • Operator ID Card Manager software.
  • Populated Operator ID Card Template.
  • RFID Read/writer.
  • Operator ID cards (mark the cards to identify the owners).

 

Further support

  1. Operator ID Card Manager Guide 
  
Activities
 
Uploading the Operator ID Card template
  1. Select 'Data/Project Manager' from the top toolbar
  2. Select 'operators' from the side menu.
  3. Select the 'Bulk Upload' button.
  4. Select 'Browse', locate the saved template, then click 'Open'
  5. Select 'Import'
  6. Operators will now be visible in the Analytics Software Operator list
Program Operator ID Cards
  1. Open Operator ID Card Manager Software.
  2. Login using the Analytics Software account credentials.
  3. Connect RFID Read/ Writer to the computer. A green tick will be displayed in the RFID Read/ Writer Status box.
  4. Click ‘Write a Card’
  5. Place an Operator ID Card on the RFID card Read/ Writer.
  6. A green tick will be displayed in the Card Status.
  7. To upload the data to the Card, press the appropriate 'Write' button.
  8. To program another Card, simply remove the previously programmed Card and place new one on the RFID Read/Writer.
  9. Select 'Close' to exit the Software.

07 Hardware verification

Further support
  1. Docking Station Install Guide 
  2. Operator posters 4 Bay & 15 bay Docking station 
15 bay Docking station:
  • Connect antenna onto the Docking station.
  • Power up the Docking station.
  • Wait 5 minutes before checking the correct date & time is displayed.
  • Check the name of a mobile phone provider is displayed.
  • After signing out a HAVwear device the operator’s name is displayed on the
  • HAVwear screen (refer to Operator poster for instructions).
4 bay Docking station:
  • Power up the Docking station.
  • Check a mobile phone signal is available (any number of lit LED lights indicate a signal).
  • After signing out a HAVwear device the operator’s name is displayed on the HAVwear screen.

08 Management training

Checklist of items required
  • Management training video.
  • Management training Powerpoint.
  • Operator posters.
 
Further support
  1. HAVwear System Overview 
  2. Smart User's Guide 
 
   
Section - 08 Management training. 
 
 

09 Operator training

Checklist of items required
  • Operator training video.
  • Operator Tool Box Talk Powerpoint.
  • Operator posters.
 
 

 

Ensure operators can demonstrate; 

  1. Signing out a HAVwear.
  2. Fitting the HAVwear into the wrist strap and onto the wrist.
  3. Switching HAVwear OFF (if required).
  4. Successfully connecting to a number of tool tags.
  5. An understanding of the HAVwear screen display and alerts.

NOTE: The wrist strap is personal and should always be subject to appropiate occupational hygiene procedures regarding cleaning and replacement.

10 Reports summary - Best usage View the onscreen Help for further information

 
Workforce Average Exposure
 
Review trend of overall HAV exposure and the impact of either exposure reduction activity and or levels of workload in relation to average.
 
Frequency - Quarterly / Annually
 
Exposure Levels Reached
 
To address any breach of exposure. Monthly/Quarterly as part of the management review, total exposure level breaches and exposure level breaches over time.
 
Frequency - Weekly / Monthly / Quarterly

 
Operator Average Exposure
 
Review operators most exposed overall and their exposure trends. Further view of tools used overall to understand main source of exposure as well as specific daily tool use and tool sharing. This information better supports exposure reduction planning.
 
Frequency - Weekly/ / Monthly / Quarterly Annually in support of Occupational Health Surveys
 
Top Tool Exposure
 
Review which tools are most exposing operators to HAV overall and the trend of exposure. This can help in understanding actions that will provide the greatest benefit in reducing exposure to workers by identifying tool replacements or changes in working practices.
 
Frequency - Monthly / Quarterly / Annually

11 Scheduling a Report

Any Reactec Analytic Platform report can be scheduled to be received by e-mail on a regular basis such as daily, weekly or monthly. Scheduled reports are PDF copies of the Reports sent to one or more user email addresses on a predefined schedule. These are useful to ensure key stakeholders are kept informed.
  1. On the Toolbar, navigate to the report that you want to schedule.
  2. Using the Filter options, filter the report data as required then click Email PDF.
  3. Enter an email address for each person you want to receive a PDF copy of the report .
  4. Select Periodically. The Schedule options are displayed.

 

Quick Start Guide
 

Select here to download the
Quick Start Guide (PDF).

 
 
 

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