Safety 1st is Beta 80’s platform created to support Operative Rooms in managing emergencies and crises. The room becomes an actual Emergency Operation Center, gathering our +10 experience in the development of systems for medical aid and the unique emergency number. Our solution is 100% web-based and generates a Virtual Emergency Operation Center. It is modular and it can be installed on-premise or be started as a SaaS model – Software as a Service.
Thanks to Safety 1st it’s possible to take care of all different aspects of the emergency. Regarding the management of ongoing events, it allows to register all activities, select the right resources and send the most appropriate vehicles.
The system is designed to face typical situations too, such as snowfalls or forest fires, together with irregular and unpredictable events (such as earthquakes or eruptions). It allows the receiving of reports of possible adverse events and offers the most updated tools to register activities.
Safety1st proved to be really successful in facing alert management. This is because it governs alerts rating according to their risk and severity, and supports the operator in the room in executing the required tasks, optimizing communications both ways.
Another aspect the platform is very performing in is the management of emergency plans, as it can cover the whole emergency management process, from the early planning to the end, from monitoring to progress.
Integrating all phases mentioned above, with Safety 1st is possible:
Safety 1st helps authorities to share their emergency plans with all involved players, improving the efficacy of their intervention. All bodies can share all documents and information about the geographic location, directly operating on the applicative. The plan is organized following a general geographic part, where it is possible to identify risk areas, strengths and weaknesses of the territory and in the part related to plan lines and the intervention model.
The system helps the operational room in non-emergency situations too, with the management of operational procedures, as it is possible to configure activities to be run when critical events arise and communications need to be sent in such scenarios. It will be possible to set some of them up to activate automatically when an emergency comes up.
Finally, Safety 1st becomes crucial in maxi-emergency and crisis events, when a cross-players collaborative management becomes mandatory. All bodies can share data related to operations in progress. Thanks to this model it’s possible to gather immediate information about the characteristics of the territory and the intervention to be run.