After a vehicle is selected for inspection, any prior vehicle inspections reporting defects will be flagged with a red indicator.
Once a defect is reported, the defect must be reported as corrected before the DVIR can be certified as complete by the driver. Reporting the defect as corrected can be done by an Encompass® Admin or an Encompass® ELD user.
Encompass® User denotes that corrections have been made to a defect in encompass
Tap on the inspection to review the vehicle inspection.
- Inspection Date - The date of the inspection.
- Inspection Type - Whether the inspection was a pre- or post-trip inspection.
- Certified By - The person that is indicating that reported defects have been fixed and now needs driver review.
- Certification Date - The date and time in which the person reported the fixes were made (Note: This will always say 12:00AM if the person certifying corrections were made was an Encompass user).
- Defects - The defects that were reported on this vehicle inspection (this could contain multiple items)
- Corrections Made - Which defects were corrected (this could contain multiple items)
- Certify and Submit Button - Certify that the above corrections have been made and things are in working order.
Mobile user documents that corrections have been to a defect
Sometimes, when a driver is completing a DVIR, they find a defect, but are able to remedy the issue right away. For example, they find a blown fuse in the vehicle, they may be able to replace the fuse then and there.
In cases like that, once they submit the DVIR reporting the defect, they can go back into the DVIR and Certify and Submit that the corrections are made and reviewed.
When they tap on the DVIR reporting the defect, they are brought to the DVIR Review screen which will show the defect(s) reported.
The user can then tap on the circle next to the item(s) to mark that as corrected, or, tap on the name of the item to indicate that it is still not resolved.
Then, tap Certify and Submit. The user will then be taken to the main screen showing any previous DVIRs. After tapping Certify and Submit, it will take the user back to the main screen showing any previous DVIRs. The red indicator is no longer showing next to the inspection, indicating that the defect has been cleared, if the driver marked the defect as resolved. Additionally, if the inspection is viewed by tapping on it, the Certified By, Certified Date, and Corrections Made (or Corrections Not Made if Not Resolved was selected during the DVIR Review) fields are now shown as they were made by the driver.
If the driver has indicated that the defect is Not Resolved, when viewing previous inspections, the inspection will have an orange dot next to it, indicating that the driver has reviewed the defect and has not yet been fixed.