EMS Module Overview
Gain an overview of the fundamentals of EMS , including what it is and how it can be used.
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- Emergency Management Suite
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Call lists allow you to compile emergency contacts such as administration teams, first responders, utility companies, hospitals, and so on. You will be able to create as many different call lists as you need.
Consider creating call lists for different incident types such as people who should be called for an overnight fire alarm versus whom to call when the building will be closed due to an emergency. You may also want to create call lists according to different buildings.
The Documents section of the Emergency Management Suite allows you to upload any type of electronic files, including .doc, .pdf, .xls, .ppt, .jpg and more.
Typical documents include anything related to emergency planning, preparedness, procedures or response. Maps & Floor Plans
Maps & Floor Plans
Your floor plans can give your staff and first responders views of room layouts, exit and window placements, locations of life-safety items, and images for an inside look of your building.
The virtual binder interface allows you to create binders for floor plans, safety plans, call lists, site plans, and other documents.
As you update any of these items from other pages on the site, they will update automatically in the binder as well.
Flipcharts contain important emergency information, procedures, and contacts. You can utilize your Flipcharts on most mobile smartphones and tablet devices giving you the power to always have the information “in hand."
You can manage yearly district requirements, schedule drills, manage reminders, log drill information, search for specific drills, keep statistics, and print out completed forms all in your Navigate360 Emergency Management Suite.
Based on your state, we use templates with state requirements or suggested information and create a ‘fill-in-the-blank’ format making it easy to enter your own information.
If information changes year-to-year, you can edit data at any time. You can compile all your information into a PDF or Word format to save and print your completed plan.
The Respond module enables school teachers, staff, and administrators to quickly account for students and themselves during drills and emergencies through a mobile app or from the website.
Using alarm alerts, any user can trigger an emergency to alert others.
By using data from your district’s Student Information System, class rosters will be available to mark students as accounted for, absent, or missing. All information gets relayed back to administrators with live updated counts and a list of missing students by name.
Respond also includes a secure messaging feature, allowing administrators and staff to keep communication open and relay information on the situation at hand.
The Reunification module helps schools complete the process of bringing together displaced students with their parents or guardians.
The assess module is used to complete assessments and process activities that would normally be completed by a paper checklist.
Allows administrators in your district and/or school to generate new user accounts, resend welcome emails, reset passwords, and assign permissions to users within their location(s).
Here, district administrators can update demographic information on their district and buildings. They can also identify key people for each location