A Thousand Emergency Response Scenarios in Your Pocket

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Scenario Launcher by Omnilert now available in the iPhone App Store and Google Play

By having prewritten scenarios, sending out an alert becomes a simple one-click process. This significantly speeds up communications and helps prevent human error, especially during an urgent situation.

Omnilert, the pioneer in mass emergency notification systems, today introduced Scenario Launcher, the new mobile application for iPhone and Android that allows users to quickly initiate complex emergency response actions directly from their smart phones.

In 2013, Omnilert introduced the Scenario Manager to their e2Campus and Omnilert emergency notification systems. The tool allows users to pre-plan complex sequences of responses to common emergencies that can later be activated with a single click. With the new Scenario Launcher app, administrators no longer have to log into the web application to launch a scenario sequence. Instead, they can simply open the native mobile app and click the relevant scenario to initiate a set of emergency response actions in seconds.

“There are two critical aspects to a successful response to any emergency: taking the right actions and implementing them quickly,” notes Ara H. Bagdasarian, CEO of Omnilert. “This app is designed to help our customers take the right actions faster than ever.”

“By having prewritten scenarios, sending out an alert becomes a simple one-click process. This significantly speeds up communications and helps prevent human error, especially during an urgent situation. The Scenario Manager allows us to think through and prepare for a situation before it happens, as opposed to having to decide what to say, who to include in the distribution, etc. during an actual emergency,” explains Omnilert customer Michael Richardson, EHS Manager at Carolina Biological Supply Company in Burlington, NC.

For example, a company or school’s scenario for a blizzard might send email, text and voice messages to notify parents that schools will be closed, send a different email, text and voice message to teachers and staff with reporting instructions, display a notice on the website, post a message to social media, change the display text on digital signs, send desktop alerts to all employees’ computers, and even set up an instant conference call for the management team to coordinate additional responses.

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