SafetyNet PCS

SafetyNet Property Control System

SafetyNet PCS is a property control system that gives public safety agencies the ability to easily manage equipment and supplies, from generators to paper clips.

Tightly integrated with SafetyNet Suite products, such as SafetyNet RMS Assists in complying with government regulations, contracts, and grants

Easily Manage Your Inventory

SafetyNet PCS streamlines the process of tracking equipment and supplies. Everything from office equipment (such as chairs, desks, computers, and monitors) to office supplies (such as pencils, pens, and notepads) can be tracked through every step of the process:

From acquisition... ...to disposal

Track & Order Supplies

With SafetyNet PCS, your agency can automatically order supplies when your inventory gets low, eliminating the need to physically take inventory of stock and re-order accordingly. When begin running low on paperclips, SafetyNet PCS can notify you and automatically re-order the correct quantity.

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Tracks your supplies Orders new supplies when you begin running low

Track Maintenance

For large equipment, such as generators or heating units, SafetyNet PCS tracks and updates regular maintenance schedules and contracts.

Receive notifications when equipment is due for maintenance Track when contracts expire so you can make decisions about renewing

Log Inventory on the Go

Because SafetyNet PCS is browser-based, you can log inventory using any handheld device, including:

Mobile phones Tablets Desktop & laptop computers

Import Data Quickly and Easily

Make use of your existing inventory by batch importing it into SafetyNet PCS. SafetyNet PCS supports a variety of data formats, including CSV, SQL, XML, and tab-delimited data.

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Key Features

Equipment Management:

  • Acquisition
  • Asset tagging
  • Disposal
  • Location
  • Maintenance
  • Operation
  • Reporting
  • Useful life/replacement
  • Utilization
  • Warranty

Equipment Inventory

  • Room lists
  • Tracking using barcodes, RFID tags, and scanners

Supplies Management

  • Acquisition
  • Assignment
  • Dispensation
  • History
  • Storage

Technical Specifications