Most emergency plans are not in the hands of who needs it when a crisis occurs. With In Case of Crisis, easily share emergency plans by uploading them via an intuitive web interface and then distributing situation specific instructions to mobile devices.
Inform and guide with evacuation diagrams, photos and instructions that are always accessible with a single click and no connectivity. With an informed team, emergency personnel can respond faster in critical situations.
Guarantee that staff can quickly locate critical first aid supplies and appropriate contacts regardless of the situation. In Case of Crisis takes the chaos and confusion out of the equation to protect your most valuable resources.
Generic safety and emergency information can help to prepare staff, but situation, location and role specific visual and written instructions in the hand of your team reduces the potential impact of any emergency situation.
During an emergency situation, most people tend to panic and can put themselves at risk of further harm if they don't have a clear plan in mind or are instructed on what to do, this gives them that piece of mind and keeps them informed of what to expect next. The app combines 200-plus pages of our comprehensive emergency management plan requirements and the emergency operations plan procedures into an easily assessable, useable, ready-to-go application available to you 24/7.
Anthony Bradley - Director of Emergency Preparedness, Miami Dade College
Students and faculty have shared only positive feedback about our new Emergency Preparedness app; its functionality, convenience and ease of use make it one of the most valuable tools that we have to share emergency preparedness information with the university community.
David Farris - Director, Emergency Management and Fire Safety, George Mason University
The app, “In Case of Crisis,” gives students and employees instant access to Northwest emergency plans so they know what to do when a crisis strikes. The easy-to-navigate app features information categorized by scenarios and offers actions to take in cases of fire, severe weather, evacuation and workplace violence, among other situations.
Lt. Mike Ceperley - Emergency Management Coordinator, Northwest Missouri State University
In Case of Crisis helped us develop and deploy a customized crisis app for our team members traveling overseas to support Team USA as they trained for the London 2012 Olympic Games. In addition to providing us with great app functionality, their collaborative approach helped us create a comprehensive resource to ensure our employees had the information they needed at the touch of a button.
Jeremy Gottlieb - Vice President Compliance, 24 Hour Fitness