The Records section can be found on the left of the site dashboard. This is where data and documents can be viewed and stored. All sites have a records section, but their contents will vary depending on what suites are being used for each facility (water suite, hazmat suite, etc.).
In the first section seen below, users will find where they can edit and download their SWPPP as well as log updates to the SWPPP.
In the Stormwater: Sampling Results section, users can view their sampling data by clicking on the icon in the upper right corner.
This leads to a pop-up where lab data can be viewed, edited, and exported. The data for the results are at the top of the page, which appears based on sample observation form submissions. To learn more, please visit SW Sample Results.
In the Stormwater: Exceedance Reports section, users can upload exceedance reports to keep track of compliance.
In the SPCC: Plan section, users can upload and keep track of previous versions of their site's SPCC plan.
Fill out the information associated with the plan being uploaded to keep track of past plans when a new one is added.
The water portion of the results section is where users can upload and view data pertaining to wastewater and sometimes stormwater as well.
The Water: pH Log section is where users can keep track of pH when sampling wastewater. Just follow the steps below to add/view pH data and calibration recordings.
First, click on "Add pH log" or "Add pH Calibration"
Then, add all the necessary information for the pH data seen below.
Once new data has been added, users can view it by clicking on the outfall, year, month, and day that the pH was recorded. In order to edit or delete the log, click on the pen or trash can next to the date as seen below.
The Water: Flow Log section is for keeping track of flow data. In order to add new flow data, click "Add Flow Log" and follow the steps below.
Users should enter any data that is required into the pop-up, then click save when complete.
In order to view the data, just navigate to the desired outfall, click the arrow beside it and drill down into the year and month in which this data was recorded.
In order to add or view sampling data, please navigate to the Water: Sampling Results section. To learn more, please navigate to Water: Sample Result Manual Entry.
HazMat & HMBP
If sites contain chemicals and are being tracked in Mapistry, users will be able to see a summary of their chemicals and their attributes within the HazMat: Chemicals section.
Note: Users can export the data as an .xlsx file by clicking on the download icon in the top right corner of the records section.
Users can also upload and keep track of their HMBP in the next section.
The rain log is where users can see rain data for their site. This section automatically pulls in data from IBM and Weather Underground through rain gauges that are closest in proximity to the address of the facility. If facilities have their own rain gauges and would like them to connect to Mapistry, they must be wifi enabled and registered.
If a storm event is missing, users have the option to add a new storm event by clicking on the plus sign in the upper right corner. If they would like to edit the data, they can do so by clicking on the entry date as well.
This section is simply for uploading lab reports PDF's. When we upload stormwater or wastewater data, we will often drop the lab reports in this section. In order to download a file, click on its name. In order to upload a report, click on the plus sign in the upper right corner.
The documents section is exactly like the Lab Reports section, just for other various documents users would like to keep on their dashboard like a PDF of a SWPPP.
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