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QuikHelp Is YOUR organization prepared?

A "must-read" for executive management, emergency, risk, public safety and security personnel

Having the ability to QUICKLY share incident information with law enforcement can help save lives and reduce your liability

Two-way chat

with people inside

Communicate directly with those inside buildings without having to rely on relays from 911 dispatchers

Free and user-friendly

to law enforcement

Police can access incoming alerts and other information once they're granted access using a simple browser

Critical in-building

location reporting

Alerts provide responders with the location of each incident in a building PLUS other incident information

Easy and automatic

alert sharing with police

Police can monitor alerts directly or be notified of alerts when they happen based on a MOU between parties.

Ends communication delays and breakdowns

Alerts get delivered to 911 AND responding officers AT THE SAME TIME to eliminate delays and breakdowns

Are you prepared in the event something like this happens at YOUR facility?

Knowledge and guidance to be ready, prepared and confident

What you can't afford NOT to read right now

The problem with 911

When a ser​ious incident occurs, most reach for their phones to call 911.  The problem?  911 operators quickly become overwhelmed with calls which often causes callers to hear the words "please hold".  Relying on this workflow can cause more loss of life to occur while also increasing an organization's liability exposure.  Investing in emergency notification technology solutions to address this problem can be a great help but only if it's the RIGHT solution for your organization.

 

What to avoid and why

Many companies offer a solution that's based on a special app that works with a smartphone.  The problem with these solutions?  When a serious incident occurs, having to fumble around with an app that requires a special sign-on can make it difficult to get help--who can remember a password when under severe duress?  In addition, most app-based solutions don't provide an easy and accurate way to tell first responders where you are INSIDE of a building—info that needs to be easily accessible by first responders.  Apps are also complicated; they require users to constantly have to stop and think to remember how to use them, which is almost impossible when people are under duress.  Unless these apps are used often, most don't remember where to find them and how to use them after they're trained.  Apps also have extremely invasive user agreements that don't protect user information that they require smartphone users to provide.

 

Intel sharing is critical

When an incident occurs, it's important to have a solution that can enable the easy and fast sharing of incident information with first responders, and that's not all.  The ideal solution must make accessing and viewing this information possible without first responders having to buy anything or—most especially—take the time to learn anything new—it MUST be a solution that works with what they already have equipment-wise and skills-wise without having to fumble around with a special app.

 

Responders need situational-awareness information so that they can deploy their resources effectively to minimize loss of life.  This is also important in helping organizations minimize their liability.  If they can't access this information quickly and easily in a way that's universally accessible by all responding agencies, delays and communications breakdowns can occur resulting in more loss of life and greater liability exposure.

The QuikHelp difference

QuikHelp turns existing desktop computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones into an instant panic button in seconds by simply clicking a link—it works just like an ordinary web page that people already know how to use and view.  When an incident occurs, QuikHelp enables you  to get help quickly by simply clicking or tapping a button without needing a special app that can hinder the process.  QuikHelp also eliminates the need to install any special hardware or software ANYWHERE while eliminating the need to make any special facility "upgrades" to deploy the system.

 

Location info reporting

When an incident occurs, QuikHelp can alert responders on and off campus as to exactly where each alert originated from, info that they can view on their in-car mobile-display terminals BEFORE they arrive and on their smartphones without needing a special app.  This same information can also be just as easily accessed and viewed by other responding agencies enabling all responders to be on the same information "page" using a simple internet browser that they already have and know how to use now without needing any extensive training.  This built-in mutual-aid interoperability makes it easy to distribute and share information quickly even with agencies who aren't familiar with how the system actually works.

 

Prevents delays

Because QuikHelp alerts can be viewed using any ordinary internet browser, alert information can be instantly sent to 911 dispatchers and responders AT THE SAME TIME without being caught up in a 911 phone queue.  This way, both 911 dispatchers and field responders have the same information at the same time to avoid delays and communication breakdowns.  SHARING INFORMATION WITH FIRST RESPONDERS THE MOMENT AN INCIDENT HAPPENS ALSO HELPS ELIMINATE NOTIFICATION DELAYS THAT CAN CAUSE AN ORGANIZATION TO BE SUED.

 

Direct updates

As an incident is unfolding, QuikHelp makes it easy for those hunkered down inside to send alerts and incident updates DIRECTLY to first responders that are in route and just outside.  This way, critical text-based information can be delivered directly to first responders versus having to first relay this information to 911 and then relay it to field responders, a process that could be disrupted or delayed because of phone-line and radio-channel congestion.

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