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Action Levels - Definition, Additions & Improvements

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Action Levels allow data managers to track regulatory limits for analytes. There is no limit to the number of groups that can be created, and an analyte can exist in multiple action level groups. The information in this article will show how to set up a group of analytes and assign a regulatory limit to each analyte in the group.

Action Levels define the maximum value a parameter can have before some type of response is warranted. Currently, action levels are used to define contaminant concentrations. Action levels can be defined by regulatory or other agencies to establish values, which, when exceeded, require action or trigger a response. The purpose of the Action Level tables in EQuIS is to store the action level data so that data can be compared against the values, and so that reports can be generated.

Note: When adding parameters to an action level using the Action Level Form , the matrix and fraction in DT_ACTION_LEVEL_PARAMETER are auto-populated if the information is filled in DT_ACTION_LEVEL.

To open Action Levels, click the Action Levels button, located in the Edit group on the Home tab.

New Features:

1. The "Filter by Current Facility" check box in the Action Levels Form has been removed and a new "Show Groups for All Facilities" check box that is unchecked by default, has been added.
2. A file section has been added to the Action Levels format that allows the uploading of attachments.

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