The best way to keep your business forms organized and close at hand is to pad them. Held securely in a neat pile with a specially formulated padding glue, and with a heavy cardstock base, form pads are easy to keep in a vehicle, on your desk, or in a drawer.
Office communication is easy with a memo pad at hand. Memo forms can be formal, with lines or boxes for messages to be written, or simple with only the contact information of the sender and the rest of the sheet for a handwritten note or diagram.
Site safety officers, First Aid professionals, or community support workers can benefit from padded incident report forms. Incident report pads are easy to carry and can be used anywhere to document accidents in the field. You may not have thought of it this way, but there is a study that suggests that manually writing on paper details of treatment actually improves patient care. The forms, it seems, act as reminders of correct process and detail during a stressful incident.
Landscapers and interior designers can benefit from a simple, scaled grid on each page of a pad of planning sheets. The grid makes scaled concept drawings a breeze, or an easy way to document the location of features on a site.
Painters, landscapers, movers, contractors can all make good use of a quotation form pad or estimate pad. The form will remind you of all of the calculations you need to make to proved an accurate quote for the job.
Driver or Employment Logs
Anyone who is on the road, especially truck drivers, can use a form pad to document the trip. In small businesses, workers can also use log form pads to keep track of their work hours.
Conference attendees can track expenses with padded forms. The form is submitted with receipts for expenses on the trip.
- Number of pads: This refers to the number of pads you want.
- Pages per Pad: Choose 25 or 50 pages per pad. Your price changes immediately.
- Colour: We give you every option for colour, including colour front and black and white back (4/1)
- Paper: Sensitive to budgets, we offer 2 quality paper choices. Firstly, the 28lb is a thick matte paper and print on the back side, if any, will not be visible from the front side. Secondly, 20lb copy paper is the common weight found in home printers and public copiers. If you select the 20lb paper, please note that there is no bleed. In other words, if your artwork has colour or graphic elements that are meant to extend to the edge of the page, it will need to be modified for printing on this paper. To clarify, “no bleed” means printing cannot go to the edge and you must have a white border around your artwork.