No no, I was thinking more along the lines of timeline of events and whom used it the last few times so someone would not have to review hours of video logs. You get a time and user, then check the video log, and then ask the user what happened and why xyz was not reported.
Going in knowing I “checked” a tool out for use and if the tool was busted before hand I would speak up because I would not want the blame. Also if I broke something I would certainly speak up rather then wait until someone came to me telling me that the logs showed I used the tool last, you left it broken and did not report it and that is in violation of our rules. Maybe that sounds a bit harsh but I’m not finding the right words to say what I want to say.
Rfid on every tool or at least ones that continue to “break”, I would think would help reduce the breakage over time. But then we would need more people to help police the breakage issues. Maybe it’s just easier to keep pouring money into repair or buy cheep throw away tools? Not an easy answer I fear.