This session includes basic information about JMS and AWT, how to use the systems, who can use them, configurations of the system and at the end of the session you will find out how to add a Asbestos Survey Job.
Below you will find all the steps that are covered in the upcoming training session with additional content to help you understand our products in depth.


The first part of the session will cover information about what is JMS, what is AWT, how to log in to the system and who can use the system.

​The Job Management System or JMS for short is a system that helps you manage surveys with an easy way to allocate jobs to responsible employees. The Job Management System also allows live access to any data for users of our system.

You can read more about the Job Management System by clicking here.


Asbestos Web Tracker, or AWT for short is designed as a viewing facility which gives you direct access to the asbestos survey data for your organisation, via the internet.

You can read more about the Asbestos Web Tracker by clicking here.


The second part of the session includes information on user types and teams in our system. 

There are seven user types in total, each with different responsibilities and system access types. You can read about all our user types by clicking here .

Alongside users, you will choose team types. There are three team types in total:
  • Workstream - organisations that make requests for jobs;
  • Service provider - organisations that implement jobs;
  • Other - any other teams that have other responsibilities that are not requesting or implementing jobs.

The service providers are either internal (surveyors that are based inside the clients company) or external (outside surveyor companies).


In the third part of this session you will learn the definition of a job. A Job represents an entity that all information about the required tasks is linked to. Example of information linked to a job are:

  • What needs to be done;
  • Who should do it;
  • When it should be done;
  • Where it should be done;
  • How it should be done;
  • Current status of a Job;
  • History of a Job.


The last part of the session  will help you understand the whole process of creating a survey job and adding an inspection to said job. You can either click here   to see the process of creating a job or watch the two short videos provided below:
Creating a survey job:
Adding an inspection to your job:
We here at PSI2000 hope that this short tutorial helped you understand the basics of our system. We are looking forward to our first session to help further develop your knowledge on our products.