Gå til hovedinnhold
How to use Procedures
Petter Viksund avatar
Skrevet av Petter Viksund
Updated over a week ago

You will find your procedures in the HSE module. You can choose to use the procedure templates that we provided you, or create your own.

  • You can easily add a new procedure by pressing Add procedure on the right side. Choose between our pre made or make your own.

  • By clicking on a procedure you will get a preview. Press View full procedure in the bottom to see full procedure.

  • In the horizontal menu you can see which modules a procedure consist of. Remember to go through all modules and make sure that personnel is assigned to courses, and mandatory documentation is uploaded

  • In the task module on the procedure you can make, edit and activate/deactivate associated tasks


Courses & Documentation:

  • The first module you will see when you pressing into a procedure is the Courses & Documentation

  • Here you can press the add buttons and add relevant courses and documentation.

  • Remember to activate the relevante course/document by using the activate toggle.

  • Press on the three dots on the right side of at course/document and press edit. Now you can choose if it shall be mandatory and who you want to assign it to

Key Documents:

  • We presume that you already have assigned Key roles in the Key Information module, and jump further to the Key documents module in the procedure

  • In the same way as last module, you can add and activate documents


  • In the task module on the procedure you can make, edit and activate/deactivate associated tasks

  • You can of course create task directly in the Task module in the menu to the left, the difference is that if you make it here, the task/routines will be attached to the relevant procedure. This means that it is easy to document the task/routines for the inspectors. Your employees will do the task like usual.

  • You can also connect already existing task to a procedure by press on the three dots on the right side of a task (in the task module), press Edit, press on the Details symbol, and connect the task to the procedure that you like.

  • If you want to document that the task is beeing done, press on a task and then press all submissions. You will now get an overview of when it's done.

Laws and Regulations:

  • In the Laws and Regulations module you can add both a law and a regulation if you are missing something.

  • Remember: Runwell link directly to national Laws and regulations, but there is also local regulations that vary. Therefore you have to upload or link to local regulations by your self

Svarte dette på spørsmålet?