Rapid Notifications and Communications That Matter Most
Meet regulatory requirements and minimize the potential for error with repeatable processes that increase speed, reduce resource requirements and improve visibility
Communicate via mobile devices, tablets and/or desktops using a secure two-way channel from anywhere, including “ad hoc” emergency facility locations
Securely and privately communicate with separate groups of stakeholders, such as executive management and offsite agency leads, at the same time
Reliably communicate at all times whether your network is available or not
Maintain a complete audit trail of each process, a record of all communications and produce powerful metrics reporting for compliance purposes
Nuclear Event Notification and Follow-Up
- Reduce current process from up to 15 minutes to just a few minutes
- Free up resources to focus on the event, not the notifications
- Implement electronic forms with multi-channel distribution options
- Confirm delivery and read acknowledgements in real-time
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