Emergency Management and Accountability
Incident Command Systems
Emergency Management is a large part of our focus. Our NIMS compliant Incident Command Systems are used by a variety of agencies. These solutions include the ability to issue credentials and accurately track on-site personnel and assets at an incident.
Credentials may be issued to First Responders, Volunteers, Medical Personnel, Citizens, Evacuees, and Patients. Our electronic accountability systems capture data from machine readable ID cards and tags, verify a person’s identity, and tracks all personnel at a site, so you know who is at the site, what their qualifications are, where they are assigned, and when they arrived/departed/last had a status check.
Systems can be used in a variety of incidents such as fires, natural disasters, evacuations, field events and exercise, and in interagency mode. Interoperability among agencies is vital in a mutual aid incident.
In conjunction with public health, patients in mass casualty incidents can be identified by triage tag and tracked to various area hospitals. Our card management systems also allow you to utilize the responder ID cards for other applications such as access control systems.
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Suddenly In Command Kit
Designed for K-12 public and private schools, the Suddenly In Command™,“Grab and Go” kit provides expert guidance and direction during the crucial first phase of any school crisis and through recovery. The kit is based on the nationally adopted IS-100.SCa program developed by the Emergency Management Institute in collaboration with the Department of Education.
Tactron Command Center
The cornerstone of Manual Accountability A tool used by Incident Commanders to easily manage simple to complex incidents and facilitate tracking of resources and assignments using color coded printed magnets. The Command Center is also an excellent tool for teaching ICS, conducting incident critiques, or to use as a primary or backup dispatch tool. Includes your… Read more »