Emergency & Healthcare Services


Traka key cabinets and lockers have been used by emergency and healthcare services for many years. Our unique intelligent solutions mean that not only are your assets safely secured and charged ready for use, but our systems also create a full audit trail including who was the last user, when the asset was removed and when it was replaced. Traka can increase the lifetime of your assets by holding your staff more accountable and improve your operational efficiency by automating issuing and monitoring device usage.

Traka solutions can be applied to manage all your equipment, valuables and sensitive material:

  • Laptops, mobile devices and tablets
  • Weapons management
  • Specialist medical equipment
  • Body worn cameras
  • Custodial keys
  • Taser management
  • Prisoners property
  • Incapacitant spray
  • Search equipment
  • Rescue hardware
  • Breath test devices
  • Controlled drugs
  • Evidence and detained property

Whether you are managing a fleet of cars, personal devices or a pool allocation of assets, Traka can help you control, manage and audit usage, so that your valuable items don’t get lost, stolen or into the wrong hands. Faulty equipment can be logged within the locker when devices are returned to avoid it being dispensed to a different member of staff. Notifications can be sent to the manager or administrator in charge if devices are not returned by predefined curfews and furthermore, mileage logging, key booking and alcohol testing can be implemented as additional options for your Traka system.

For more information about how Traka can manage your valuable keys and assets within emergency and healthcare services, then please contact Wayne Kynaston at Wayne_Kynaston@traka.com.

Efficiency through technology

In an attempt to increase police efficiency and effectiveness, forces across England and Wales have been introducing mobile technology devices. Traka intend to limit damage to these devices and save costs with the introduction of their asset management system.