Make an Emergency Response Plan with Security Alert Software
In today’s world, it is critical to have an emergency response plan in every facility. Having a plan in place can reduce response time – and we all know that a few extra seconds can mean life or death for an individual in a dangerous situation. Having security alert software like Active Alert can make a huge difference, but there are other things you can do to make sure your building is safe.
Make a Plan
The first thing you need to do is draft a plan. Inform everyone who uses your facility of the emergency exits, fire extinguishers, and every way out of the building. You should also include who needs to be notified, and create a set of code phrases for various situations so that personnel know what to do in any situation.
You never know how someone will react to a situation until it happens, but drills can make it easier for everyone to react quickly to a dangerous situation. Run fire and active shooter drills in your building to ensure that everyone knows what to do in the worst case scenario. If an actual situation arises, prior drills will reduce the chaos.
Special Training for Security Personnel
Our security alert software requires no training manual to use, but it does not hurt to familiarize yourself with the program as often as possible so that you do not have to think about it when an emergency happens. Make sure all security personnel in the building have access to this network and are trained to use the software.
Hedge Tactical Solutions makes custom security alert software for both desktop and mobile that is tailored to your facility’s security needs. Contact our team of app developers today to discuss your security needs and get your own security software.
Featuring live video feed, real-time alerts, and the ability to summon police and paramedics at the push of a button, Active Alert security apps can increase the number of survivors in an emergency situation. Learn more about how Active Alert can keep your facility safe, even in the worst situation.