We are pleased to introduce our web-based lead apron inventory tool that will allow our customers to manage, track, and document the inspections of all of their Radiation Protection Garments. Smart Track generates reports based on a user’s garment inspection history. Users will utilize these reports to give details on inspections during audits from authoritative bodies while also having a much better understanding of their current inventory status.
By inputting your protective garment inventory into Smart Track, you will instantly have an extremely user-friendly way to organize and streamline your inspection process. Works on PC, Mac and all systems.
- Generates entire inventory, missing, and damaged reports with full inspection histories.
- Users have the ability to filter searches by apron ID, department, and the person assigned.
- Easily request quotes to replace aprons that are damaged or missing.
- Optional utilization of 2D bar-code technology to be able to view and/or inspect specific aprons instantly.
- Streamlines your inspection process.
- Generates simple yet robust reports.
- Digitizes the information that can be accessed with any computer or device with an Internet connection.
- User-friendly design allows for simple integration.
- Bulk-upload assistance of current inventory is available.
- No registration fees. No annual fees.
NEW FOR 2015
- Differentiate between fluoroscopic and visual inspection.
- Administrative style accounts
- Mobile-friendly: viewable on all computers, tablets, and phones
How Smart Track Lead Apron Tracking Works
Create Free Account
- Go to SmartTrack.InfabCorp.com
- Click Sign Up Now
- Enter information and receive confirmation e-mail
- Verify e-mail address & password (case sensitive)
Select Add Garment and enter garment information, including:
- Select Inspector (optional admin account)
- I.D. – Unique identifier (mandatory) from garment or lead apron tracking tags
- Assigned to
- Manufacturer (mandatory)
- Garment type (mandatory)
- Core material
- Manufacturer date
Import Multiple Garments
Hover over “Add Garments”, select “Import”
- Download the template on the “Import Multiple Aprons” page, fill it out with your current information, and upload it.
- Make any adjustments needed.
- Select “Inspect Garments” or “Reports”
- View all aprons on one page or search for a specific apron by field.
- Click on Inspect to add inspection results.
- Choose inspection result
- Passed Inspection
- Failed Inspection
- Complete Lead Apron Inspection
Select “Archive” to indicate apron is no longer in use.
View reports with lead apron inspection logs
Select Reports or rollover Reports to see additional report options:
- Full Inventory
- Damaged Garments
- Missing Garments
- Removed from Service Garments
SMART TRACK BASIC
A free web-based lead apron tracking system that will allow you to manage, track, and document the inspections of all of your Radiation Protection Garments quickly and easily.
SMART TRACK RETROFIT TAG
1 Smart Track Scanner, 200 annual inspection stickers and 200 Smart Track 2D bar code tags with permanent security-style backing
Free Apron Tracking Mobile App for iOS and Android
Simply download the app for free, login to your Smart Track account and scan and track all of your aprons quickly, easily and completely free.
The Smart Track mobile app makes it easy to scan and track all of the aprons in a department or facility. The Smart Track app has all the features of the web-based version of Smart Track and also includes a built in scanner. The Smart Track app requires no sign up fee and no annual fee making it the easiest and best way to track radiation protection garments.
- Search iTunes and/or Google Play for “SMART TRACK by Infab” or use the following link:
- Download free app seen below
- Login and start tracking
Smart Track makes it simple to manage my suite of lead aprons. We track over 100 aprons – it saves time and headaches.
Lead Tech, Los Robles Hospital
Thousand Oaks, CA
The SMART TRACK Apron Inventory system has revolutionized the way lead apron quality control testing and inventory management is performed at our facility. It is a superior, comprehensive, and user-friendly product. Individual bar codes make tracking aprons quick and easy. It is the best system I have had the opportunity to work with.
Doug Beardsall MRT (R) CTIC
Senior Technologist QC,Safety and Education
Royal Victoria, Regional Health Centre
Tracking lead aprons and making sure that they have been inspected is a challenge for any large radiology facility. Of the many apron-tracking systems I reviewed, I knew that the “SMART TRACK” Apron inventory system would work for our facility and meet new regulatory standards set by “The Joint Commission”…The system is user friendly. All I know is that anyone who has the burden of tracking aprons needs to get “Smart” about tracking their apron inventory”.
Roseann Zeldin, RT, (R) (M), CNMT
Assistant Radiation Safety Officer,
Department of Radiology & Imaging,
Hospital for Special Surgery– New York
City, New York
How can I add aprons into the database?
Click the ‘aprons’ button located in the toolbar on the homepage. After being brought to the aprons page, click the “add apron” button. Fill in the required fields. When finished, click “add apron” at the bottom of the page.
Do I need to order tracking tags to use Smart Track?
No, you do not need to order tracking tags or a barcode scanner in order to use Smart Track. You can create your own serial numbers and enter them by typing them in. However, purchasing the tracking tags and scanner optimizes Smart Track by helping users search for aprons and retrieve apron information quicker and with 100% accuracy.
How do I document the inspections of my protective garments?
Click on the “aprons” button in the toolbar on the homepage. Scan or type in the barcode serial number of apron you are inspecting in the ‘search to filter aprons” field. When that apron appears on the screen, click the ‘Inspect” button. Click the drop down and select the option that indicates the results of the inspection. If you wish to add notes, click “+show/add notes and type in your notes for that inspection. Click the ‘Complete Inspection” button when finished.
How can I set how often I want to inspect my protective garments?
Click on the “Edit Profile” button in the toolbar. Click either the 6 months option or the 12 months option under the “How often do you inspect your aprons?” question. Here, you can add email addresses to be notified of when inspections should take place. You can also dictate how far in advanced of a due inspection you would like to be notified.
How can I request a quote for replacement aprons?
When you see a failed apron on the dashboard page, you can click the “replace” button to bring up a quote request for the type of apron that you are replacing.
How can I order more tracking tags?
You can request a quote for tags and a barcode scanner by clicking on the “request tags/scanner” button. You can find this button by clicking on the “aprons” button in the toolbar.
How can I change/retrieve my password?
You can change your password by clicking the “edit profile” button on the toolbar and typing in your new password twice. Save all changes. If you forgot your password, you can click “forgot my password” when you are trying to log in. You will be taken through a series of questions and will be sent a temporary password.
How can I run reports that show our inspection statuses?
You can select which type of report you want to run by clicking on the “Reports” button in the toolbar. You can run full apron reports, damaged apron reports, missing apron reports, and single apron reports.
How do I attach a barcode to my aprons that I have in stock?
You use the applicator that is shipped initially with the tags. Insert the backing retainer into the bottom slot of the applicator. Then insert a single tag into the orange indent on the top of the applicator, make sure that it sticks in place. Place the seam of the garment in between the top and bottom of the applicator and press firmly down. Twist the red knob on the top until you hear a pop and the tag is fully twisted into the retainer. Remove the garment from the applicator.
When filling out the spreadsheet to add multiple aprons, which fields are mandatory?
The only mandatory fields are the manufacturer and the garment type, all other fields can be added later or not added at all.