Online Guard Book

Electronic guard book in the view 'control center': left in blue the events of the guard book, to the right the visitor management and at the bottom, deposited in orange, the fault management and the complaint management.

The 'Console' tab shows you a protocol of the activities on your server and which employee is logged in with which object or project.

A green LED indicates that this object is connected for observation. A red flashing LED indicates that a fault has been detected in an object.

Screenshot Online Guard Book

All entries can be supplemented by photos and other files, they can be located on deposited maps or diagramms Events can be annotated to share related information. By means of a freely programmable e-mail notification, you can immediately inform people about incidents when for instance they are not logged into the system.

When haveing third parties, such as the client, in addition to the direct notification via email, there are other possibilities:

With the user role 'monitor / read-in' you can give third parties direct access to the program. For example, your client sees what you see, can use the report function extensively and comment on existing entries. In addition, each report can be programmed as autoreport and can be sent as a PDF file to recipients who wish to receive it, as a PDF file.

A built-in editing system allows you to make published entries accessible to third parties. Important! if only selected events are to be reported, or if a quality assurance is to be carried out before hand. For further research, EPRO³ Guardbook provides practical filters and a free-time search in all areas of work. Furthermore, all entries can be grouped in freely definable selections and output directly as a PDF report.

EPRO³ Guardbook can be adapted furthermore and individual functions can be switched on or off separately for each guided job.
All settings on the system can also be changed during operation, so you can react to changes at any time.

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