The hazard symbol on the schedule page is being re-purposed. Instead of just indicating the severity of a squawk, it will now also use Scheduled Maintenance and user expiration dates in determining the color of the symbol. See below for print screen of hazard symbol on the schedule.
For primary resources, such as aircraft and boats, the symbol will be determined as follows:
- The squawk level will be determined as before based on the squawk urgency.
- Mandatory Scheduled Maintenance tasks that expire before the selected date range would cause the level to be the highest level (usually red). Mandatory Scheduled Maintenance tasks that expire during the selected date range would cause the level to be the medium level (usually yellow).
- The highest of the 2 levels would determine the color displayed.
For instructors the symbol will consider mandatory expiration dates entered through Scheduled Maintenance as well as user expiration dates (only if user expiration dates are enforced for instructor scheduling).
When clicking the hazard symbol, a new resource status screen will be shown. The image below shows the resource status for primary resources, such as an aircraft or boat.
On this screen all open Squawks will be displayed as well as all open Scheduled Maintenance tasks (mandatory and non-mandatory). Any overdue mandatory items will have the due date or time shown in red.
The resource status page for instructors shows expired user dates (only if this option is checked), expired Scheduled Maintenance tasks, and checkouts (for informational purposes). See image below for an example.
The resource list page will have the same hazard symbol with the same popup screen.