Sharing Test Review Duties Among Co-workers


Assigning test review responsibilities by project and site allows materials testing supervisors to:

  • Review and process tests efficiently in multi-user team
  • Minimize non-billable time in processing concrete compression tests

Organizing Lab Tests in a Familiar Tree View

Your busy concrete test lab may be running multiple concurrent projects where individual staff members do reviews and approvals by Project # and/or Site name. Project and site categories provide a way to share workload and as a means for conveniently locating test sheets for processing.

Hierarchy Organization and Search

BreakTest meets this need by organizing tests by ‘Project’ and ‘Site Name’ using a familiar file explorer view. This dramatically facilitates creation of a shared environment where tests can be quickly opened by double clicking a test row.

BreakTest’s main window allows staff members to locate assigned tests by project, site and by search.


The Dashboard alerts team members on what needs to be done. They can then locate and process tests by navigating to relevant project and site node. Clicking a test row opens a test form.


Locking Tests to Prevent Overwriting Changes

Furthermore, BreakTest blocks concurrent access to the same test to prevent overwriting one another’s changes. An open form is always locked by the first user and is accessible in read-only mode by other users. This makes your team work more efficiently.

Test forms concurrently in use by a teammate are locked from the others. The person who first opened the test form gets editing privilege; others get read-only access.

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