Safety 1st is the emergency management platform created to support the Emergency Operation Centers in all their activities.
In times of peace, Safety 1st monitors the situation records routine activities and defines the expected behaviors. In the event of an emergency, with the activation of the Emergency Operation Center, it transforms into a tool for sharing information and providing snapshots of the ongoing situation.
It is a modular solution, which can be installed on-premise or be delivered according to a SaaS paradigm – Software as a Service
Safety 1st supports all phases of the emergency response (planning, response, recovery, and relief) avoiding application fragmentation. The processes covered are:
Definition of peacetime procedures: activities to be carried out when a specific situation occurs.
Definition of synthetic elements
Reception of reports and management of communication to external subjects such as other entities or Critical Infrastructures
Census of Resources, Means and Materials
Management of alerts (related to hydro-meteorological risk) both for the activities to be carried out and for communications to third parties, including citizens
Event and Crisis management (forest fires, snowfalls): definition and identification of necessary activities and means, drafting of reports.
Activation of customized procedures
The goal of Safety 1st is to provide a single, simple and immediate tool to use during the operational phase, to provide clear and immediate synthetic frameworks of the current situation, and open to external and pre-existing systems.
There are many systems for controlling risk situations: environmental monitoring, seismic monitoring, fire detection networks, etc..
Even with predictive algorithms, these tools can forecast with various levels of reliability but are generally separate from the management component. The risk, in this case, is a loss of efficiency due to extended timing and manual sharing and interpretation of information.
Safety 1st is a management system that integrates sensors, software, and correlation algorithms with a more concise vision focused on the operational aspects in order to make the control unit truly proactive.
A maxi-emergency requires collaborative management with a joint perspective.
In fact, the entities involved need to share data relating to operations from different systems.
Safety 1st, allows all actors, internal or external, to have a concise view of the event in progress, and to share information easily in order to obtain a shared strategic vision.