Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 29, 2014
Jill Campbell, Chairman of Safety Alert Apps, Inc., the White House award-winning Smartphone Safety App technology development company announced today that the company is donating their workplace safety apps for smartphones to the Jewish Federation of Greater Kansas City. Safety Alert Apps, Inc. will hold a training next month in Kansas City for employees of the Overland Park Jewish Community Center and Village Shalom.
In making the announcement, Campbell said, “It is hard to accept that innocent people going about their everyday lives became the victims of the unspeakable violence Overland Park experienced last month.” She continued, “I know we can’t bring back the lives lost or eradicate the sense of vulnerability. But, we can do our part to help the community take steps forward to restore normalcy and safety.”
Accepting the donation Todd Stettner, CEO of the Jewish Federation of Greater Kansas City said, “We are grateful that Safety Alert Apps has made this generous donation to our community because these apps will help to make our institutions safer for the people who work in them and who visit them.” He concluded, “When we all help each other we become stronger as a community and as a nation.”
SafeWatch TEAM® is designed to help keep workplace staff and population safer by arming them with technology. The app turns a smartphone into a fully customizable multi-tasking emergency tool that immediately communicates critical incident information, in real time. It gives the user the capability to be on the phone with 911/security team, and simultaneously send preselected text and email alerts with their GPS location to multiple first responders during the first seconds of any emergency.
Safety Alert Apps, Inc., based in Sun Valley, California is the leading provider of Smartphone Safety Alert Applications. The company produces safety apps for the consumer and institutional markets.