About MassExitus Emergency Evacuation System
The MassExitus Emergency Evacuation System allows security personnel to send emergency notifications to all persons associated with their scope of operations. These alarms sound on employee smartphones or WiFi tags depending on the application. The employee responds by touching a screen which then returns their location on a map interface. The software returns context-sensitive instructions to the employee with a map and details of how they are to evacuate and where they are to muster. A list of employees that don’t respond to the emergency notification is displayed on a dashboard. First-responders have the ability to view the dashboard on mobile devices and determine the precise location of those who are trapped in the building.
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Corporate Campus and high-rise buildings always present challenges to fire engineers, architects, developers, owners, and occupiers of buildings to achieve safe and swift evacuation. The MassExitus Emergency Evacuation System recognizes that each solution has to take into account the particular evacuation design requirements of the particular building and/or campus. In some instances, the challenges increase as the number of floors gets greater and as the building gets higher. Some solutions are focused solely on the safe evacuation of single occupants, others on evacuation groups of people, while others still additionally assist the emergency services in delivering firefighters and firefighting equipment to the upper floors of a building.
Municipal buildings such as court houses require additional precautions above and beyond the average office building. In recent years, the municipal building safety and security requirement including evacuation in the case of bio-terrorism, armed assailants and bomb threats. Flexibility and innovation in security design and evacuation is needed to meet these challenges.
Hospitals can be the most difficult of facilities to evacuate. Hospital evacuation is a difficult process that requires a robust strategy and careful execution. In the past, threats leading to possible evacuation were primarily fire and natural disasters. In recent years, the broadened nature of threats, including hazardous material spills and terrorist incidents, have complicated evacuation.
The MassExitus Emergency Evacuation System offers a variety of solutions that empower healthcare facility staff to make quick decisions about how to evacuate patients and where to muster at safepoints. Hospital Evac Smartphones deliver context sensitive instructions to staff based on their current location and the nature and location of the threat. Outdated signage and relying on memorizing the evacuation plan are things of the past.
Industrial factories are the single most complex evacuation challenge there is. Often these sites are remote and have multiple forms of hazardous materials, including gases that will ignite if they come in contact with a cellular device. GPS through smartphone technology is often limited by these factors. The MassExitus Emergency Evacuation System uses a combination of WRID technologies to enable our partners to design solutions that empower the most complex of implementations. Unlike other solutions, our MassExitus Emergency Evacuation System sends signals to an IP-based console that delivers real-time location monitoring in an emergency without the need for employees to go to mustering stations that may or may not be safe.
Continuously track and monitor employees and contractors via a map-based graphical interface. Know where all personnel are in an emergency for drastically improved safety and security. Our MassExitus Emergency Evacuation System’s tracking enables employees to context-sensitive evacuation information at the point of need. First responders are able to interface with tablets or smartphones to determine where individuals are trapped and how best to rescue them. Management can audit evacuation alert details.
Schools strive to protect students from numerous emergency threats. Driving out costs means consolidating facilities which in turn compounds evacuation. With the MassExitus Emergency location-based evacuation system, school security departments, fire personnel, and police instantly see the location of teachers, staff, and students. Unlike our competitors, no additional hardware is necessary. First responders can easily track the those still in the facility, pin-point their locations, and create specific, timely plans for rescue.
Once an alarm is activated, students, staff, and faculty are sent context-sensitive instructions about how and where to exit the building. Mustering or safety points are designated on a smartphone app and track when individuals arrive safely. In applications where students don’t have smartphones, teachers are responsible for mustering and leading their class to safety.
The adjacent buildings are warned not to enter the evacuated portion of the facility. This approach prevents escape routes from becoming jammed and reduces panic.