Manage emergency communications and keep people safe

In an emergency, it’s often difficult to predict and manage people and their actions. Having a well-designed Mass Notification and Emergency Communications system in place to alert, communicate and share information can save critical response time and potentially lives. Working with building owners, designers and architects, we determine system performance requirements and the right basis of design. System integrations with information display, distributed recipient systems and various building systems will ensure that the movement of people is most effective in your emergency.

UPFRONT RISK ANALYSIS

Prior to the introduction of a Mass Notifications System, we use a performance-based approach to universal design. Using condition assessments or gap analyses, we can assess existing alarm systems, public address systems and IT infrastructure to determine the most cost-effective solutions. Our team conducts the risk assessment required by NFPA 72, Chapter 24 to ensure that the Mass Notification System includes the right components to respond to the threats established for the facility.

SYSTEM DESIGN + INTEGRATION

Our team of engineers are experts in both relevant codes and system design—helping you create the most efficient strategy and process from analysis to implementation. We partner with you to determine your routine and unique challenges, stakeholder coordination and system performance requirements to design a coordinated, functional and cohesive mass notification system.

EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNING

Effective coordination and communication with law enforcement or fire departments will help save lives and protect property during an emergency event. A detailed plan and customized training programs will ensure those charged with responding will understand their role, necessary actions and time critical response. We can help you evaluate your response needs, establish processes for your facility, develop response procedures and train personnel to validate elements of the emergency planning process.

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