Fire, Rescue, and EMS Departments can adapt quickly to our user friendly Inventory System. Users can set up mapping for easy access to important inventory data and supporting analytics.
The most important aspect of Fire Hazard control is to have supplies and equipment ready-to-use at all times. Keeping track of equipment and knowing what is available is critical.
Our Inventory System will provide accurate tracking of medical supplies and equipment over multiple locations. Fire and EMS Departments can share the same master database.
By implementing an Inventory System, firefighters will not need to waste valuable time searching for misplaced equipment and supplies.
Tools and equipment are prone to unexpected breakdowns. Fire and EMS workers have extensive field work operations where it is vital to have all equipment available and functioning properly. If not, hazards may lead to additional damages. In order to ensure that these kinds of situations won’t ever happen is by implementing an Asset Tracking solution. This feature schedules frequent maintenance events on all equipment. Therefore, no equipment will be left unmaintained and will be prepared for every emergency call.
Fire and EMS Departments may overstock items, due to not knowing what is available on hand. Some inventory like oxygen tanks have expiration dates and should be used before the designated date. Both overstocking and non-use of expired materials can be a waste of money and space. Why not manage inventory and prevent having overstocked items that may become obsolete? Our Inventory System can track all inventory quantities and send notifications when levels of certain items are above the predetermined quantity level. This function can save money and space!
You have the ability to perform physical inventory counts using mobile barcode scanners, and scan out equipment and medical supplies to an ambulance or fire truck, ensuring that each vehicle is prepared for every emergency call.