Monday, June 13, 2011
CORVALLIS, OREGON, June 10, 2011—The CyberLock system of electronic locks and programmable keys gives firehouses and EMS organizations the tools they need to manage their scheduled narcotics. From taking inventory to accessing narcotics in the field, CyberLock report it all. A great deal can be saved on installation costs because CyberLock uses the lock hardware that is already present on rescue vehicle and firehouse narcotics cabinets. Simply replace the cylinders in existing mechanical locks with CyberLock electronic cylinders.
Departments are tasked with tracking and securing their narcotics without interrupting the flow of daily rescue responsibilities. CyberLock makes this easier as each responsible employee’s key can be programmed with the specific access permissions they need to inventory a department’s narcotics or access rescue vehicle narcotics while doing their job in the field.
Both the electronic key and lock record openings and exceptions such as unauthorized attempts to open a cabinet. The CyberLock system’s email alerts and detailed audit reporting increases accountability and can be very valuable when management needs to know who and when someone has accessed narcotics. The reports indicate whether or not narcotics are being accessed during daily inventory-taking and emergencies in the field, or otherwise.
With CyberLocks and programmable keys, departments have the opportunity to implement an affordable system that is easy to install and can quickly provide the physical security, auditing, and key control they need to manage their narcotics.
Products are designed, manufactured, and shipped worldwide from their headquarters located in Corvallis, Oregon USA. For more information about CyberLock, please contact Videx by phone at (541) 738-5500, by fax at (541) 738-5501, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
, or visit our web site at: www.videx.com