Unrolling stacks of architectural plans on the hood of a car in order to locate a particular room within a school or hospital takes valuable time away from responding to an incident.
Not only is time wasted searching for the sheet that will have the detail needed; more time will be lost trying to find the room or area on the page, often squinting to read the room numbers in small text.
BeSafe’s Enhanced Floorplans eliminate this issue and solve many other problems when dealing with structural data in emergency situations.
Periodic updates maintain information integrity and ensure effectiveness of any safety-related policy or program.
The importance of this ongoing process cannot be understated – the safety of students or facility occupants, faculty, staff and administration, as well as first responders, depends on the quality of information available during an emergency.
The frequency of updates depends upon the level of activity or change anticipated in personnel or equipment in the site or community.
Evacuation Maps, posted throughout a building, provide clear and concise visual routes staff and visitors should use to exit the building in cases of emergency.
BeSafe Evacuation Maps allow a facility to inform its occupants of the desired routes, as well as marking locations of emergency equipment to First Responders. When seconds count, communication is critical.
BeSafe can quickly and effectively conduct a visual screening of buildings at a client site, either as a standalone activity or as a component of developing floor plans for first responders.
The results of this screening can be used to identify the level of risk for a single building, or the relative risk of different buildings on a site. This can assist clients in determining how to best allocate limited risk management resources.
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