Goods-in checklist for inventory receipts

Would it be possible to add a goods-in checklist for inventory receipts so that material inspection can be forced before goods are added to inventory? Somewhat like block a tank with a cleaning log, this would block an inventory receipt pending a series of checks for damage, or substitutes, etc.

Cheers
Ben

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Hi Ben,

Thanks for the suggestion, I can see how this would be useful. If anyone else would like to see this feature in Breww, please vote using the button above. I will also make sure to update you if there are any developments on this.

Cheers,

Joe

Hi
We’ve asked for something like this before I think. It would help us meet SALSA style accreditation
Cheers

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We’re on the same page, John. Salsa asked us for proof of inspection and I’d much rather keep them tied together in one place than build another paper system or spreadsheet.

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As part of SIBA’s FSQ and certainly for SALSA beer plus we are meant to keep a record of inspection of incoming inventory. i.e. to check that its not damaged, that the vehicle its come in isn’t swimming in oil and therefore contaminating our raw materials etc. Would be great if like on cleaning a tank you can then check off you have done the pH test you could set it so that when you put an inventory into stock it pulls up the checklist that you have to check off. This could even be linked to different types of inventory i.e. packaging, raw materials
Happy to dicuss
Cheers

Hi John,

Thanks for the suggestion here, I can see how that would be useful. I’ll discuss this request with the team, and contact you if we need any further info.

Cheers,
Matt

I’ve merged these two related ideas together and can confirm that we’re working on this :+1:

We’ll let you know when we have an update.

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I just upvoted this this as well. This is an absolutely critical feature for inventory receipts. As the previous posters already mentioned. We need to keep track of the condition of the delivery/delivery vehicles etc so we can show this record to SALSA.

It really would just require a note box but what would even be if stock can not be taken in before the checks have been carried out.

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Just chucking another request for this into the thread. I think this could be as simple as an extra tickbox on the inventory receipt form that says ‘goods in checks complete’. This could also have an customisable box for us to edit our own goods in checklist. Cheers!

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Adding another vote for this here - as Matthias said, even just a note box on inventory receipts would allow us to move our entire goods in to Breww and save us having to run another system.

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Thanks, everyone. To be honest, work on this project did start quite a while ago but it got put onto the back burner. We’ll review where it got to and see if we can get this over the line soon :+1:

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Hi,

any news on this front?

Kind regards
Matthias

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Don’t worry; we’ll let you know here when there’s an update. Make sure you’re subscribed to notification (use the “bell” icon button on the right) :+1:

Just wondering how this is going?
May I also suggest we add a goods out checklist button, demanded by our SALSA auditor, to save us printing off each delivery note and writing “vehicle cleanliness checked” on each one please?
Kind regards
Matt

Thanks, Matt. This is still in the same position as in my previous messages (hopefully close, but waiting to be picked back up properly).

For the goods out checklist, there is already this feature request which would probably be worth a vote: Van and goods check on manifest (goods out checklist). Although there’s a similar concept between the goods-in checklist and a goods-out checklist, they’re entirely separate features that would be built separately so need their own threads to ensure that one doesn’t get missed.

Cheers!

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