In order to define multiple filters and specify that you want to receive notifications for your filters, you need to login as a registered user.
To register for the Safety Publications Tool application, you need to point your web browser to the following URL:
You will be presented with a form which you are required to fill in. Some fields will have a question mark icon next to them. Moving your mouse over that icon will display a brief explanation for that field.
At the bottom of the form, you are presented with a random image, displaying 5 characters, digits or letters and you are required to enter these characters in the text box below, as a security measure. You can read more about why we do this on this URL: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captcha.
Once you click on the Register button, if all fields were filled in correctly, a verification e-mail will be sent to the e-mail you provided as your User ID. It is therefore important to use a valid e-mail address. This verification e-mail will contain a link on which you have to click to activate your account. If the process is completed successfully you will again be notified by e-mail.
You are now ready to login!
Warning: Please make sure you provide a correct e-mail address. If you provide an invalid e-mail address or make a typo while entering it (that's why we ask you to enter it twice), you will not get the verification e-mail and thus will not be able to login. If you didn’t receive your verification e-mail, please check your spam folder first. If you don’t find it there, please send an e-mail to: email@example.com).
Hint: If you are already registered in another EASA web-based application, you will be prompted to enter your existing password and submit only the application-specific required information. You can use the same credentials across all EASA web-based applications.
Hint: Several users can be logged in from different workstations with the same User ID simultaneously. This way all users from one organisation can see what comments their colleagues have entered.