Integral security concept

CC-log is a web-based alert system/application, which communicates with users through the digital network. This solution gives the user the opportunity, without any time loss, to alert a second party about an unwanted external or internal event.

CC-Log system is usable in all professions in contact with outside sources.

Web version

iPhone application

Android application

Mapping and safeguarding

We have in recent years experienced a rising concern with violence, threats and harassments, which increases the probability of personnel getting hurt. Main task to secure personnel and resources in need, conflict or an unmanageable situation.

Violence, threats and harassment can evolve into health hazards. Being exposed to this can lead to serious consequences for the individual both physically, mentally and socially. Failure to manage violent and threatening events will have negative effects.

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Gives resources the opportunity to alert “their superior” in the event of an unwanted occurrence, so that the necessary actions can be started immediately – without any time loss.

Alert has 2 functions to secure the right information for the relevant instances, Alert and Delayed Alert.

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In-house alert

In-House is a function used in stationary facilities where unwanted events or threats towards personnel, visitors and the facility itself can arise. This program can be used to give internal alerts, as well as external alerts, about the events that have transpired, or may transpire.

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Used on work trips and/or tasks outside the office. The Travel-function can be used to keep track of the Users for their own security.

In case of unwanted events, the ones responsible for the users can without any time loss, confirm if the users are, or have been at a certain location.

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Crisis Log

Travels and unwanted events are registered and logged along with date, time of the event etc. The log provides a record of events that can be of great importance for the management.

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It is not only what we do, but also what we do not do, for which we are accountable.

Molière Jean-Baptiste Poquelin (1622-1673)