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GUARDIAN RFID Facilities Manager


Managing your maintenance logs, cell condition reports, fire & safety checks, and a host of other responsibilities can be a huge paper burden.  It’s labor intensive.  It can require lots of unnecessary physical storage.  It can also result in miscommunication, as well as loss of inmate accountability.

GUARDIAN RFID Facilities Manager can help you create, manage, and electronically perform routine maintenance and inspections.  With Facilities Manager, you can:

Arrow-2  Create fully customizable checklist responsibilities

Arrow-2  Assign checklist responsibilities to any location in your facility, including cells and rooms– automatically linked to your existing GUARDIAN RFID Sensors or deploy new GUARDIAN RFID Sensors

Arrow-2  Define how frequently certain checks and inspections must be performed

Arrow-2  Touchscreen log checks and inspections using GUARDIAN RFID Mobile

Arrow-2  Flag any failing check or inspection for follow up

Arrow-2  Build Web-based reports to see daily or historical maintenance and inspection records

Go Further with GUARDIAN RFID

Learn how GUARDIAN RFID Facilities Manager can automate your maintenance and inspection tasks to increase compliance and accountability.  Schedule a live WebEx online demonstration, or Contact Us to learn more.

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CORRECTIONAL RFID: Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a technology that can help corrections professionals work faster, smarter, and more defensibly. When combined with deep correctional expertise and best practices, jails, prisons, and juvenile detention facilities can achieve whole new levels of automation with real-time inmate management, inmate monitoring, and inmate tracking capabilities.  That’s why GUARDIAN RFID is the definitive leader in correctional RFID + mobile + cloud technologies; the only system exclusively endorsed by the National Sheriffs’ Association.

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