From: Ken Simolo <simolo**At_Symbol_Here**CHEM.CHEM.ROCHESTER.EDU>
Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] Database system info request
Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2014 21:37:13 -0500
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For doing inspections and reporting the results, we have just started using LabCliq from Safety Stratus and have been pleased so far.  It is designed for EH&S people doing inspections but we are setting it up for the researchers to also do their own inspections.


On Dec 16, 2014, at 5:39 PM, Yanchisin, Mark <mark**At_Symbol_Here**EHS.UFL.EDU> wrote:

Hi all!
Does anyone have a recommendation for a data base system that can be used to record our observations during our Lab, Bio, Rad, Haz Waste and Shop Safety inspections? We have a homemade Access system that has worked well, but has become fragile and won't be supported soon. 
We would like, the new system needs to be tablet and wireless based, can use our forms to record and gather data and be able to do mail merges to product reports. We would eventually like to migrate 15+ years of data into the new system for our records, but that is not critical to our needs.
We have had a demo for Citizen Serve.  Looked ok, but there has to be other systems out there to compare with.  Any thoughts about different systems, and your pros and cons would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks and Happy Holidays to all!

Mark Yanchisin

Coordinator for Clinical and Laboratory Safety Programs
Environmental Health and Safety
University of Florida
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