Resource pages for "First Responders"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
At high-profile stadium venues, Advanced Emergency Responder Communication Enhancement Systems (ERCES) can help eliminate potential dead zones to allow first responders to stay connected.
New Honeywell communications systems and bi-directional amplifiers (BDA) provide scalable solutions to support first responder emergency radio connectivity.
Virtual Emergency Operations Center supports remote workers and allows collaboration with a virtual video wall capable of sharing secure data, KPIs, and other critical visual information sources in real time onto any display.
The Ripclear V2 Shield is designed to protect workers battling the COVID-19 outbreak.
This solution is focused on addressing inadequate radio coverage for emergency first responders in commercial buildings.
Efficient building materials reduce operating costs and improve aesthetics, yet they can also prevent radio signals from penetrating facilities, especially in critical areas used by first responders in emergencies.
By knowing the location of a shooter and their capabilities, first responders can be properly prepared, and bystanders can get to safety
Collaborative Response Graphics® provides a solution to the biggest challenges first responders face during active school shooter incidents.
Pre-incident planning by facility management shares critical property information with first responders so those teams are a step ahead in case of emergency.
Facility management can support local law enforcement by participating in video surveillance registration programs with their facility security systems.
The developer of emergency planning and response systems for facilities has partnered with the facility mapping provider to strengthen offerings.
In order to optimize a security plan, facility managers should take a dynamic approach. From the April 2013 issue.