Voice evacuation system

Voice evacuation system

Occupational Health and safety gets harder to manage all the time. Here we offer a way to clear your premises with a single phone call when emergency demands with this exclusive Voice evacuation system as used by a State-based Emergency department.

Why would you need an Evacuation system?

First of all, when things go wrong there is little time to think and act and precious moments may mean a life and Death situation.
Furthermore, it is difficult after an event to say we wish we could have done more.

Hence your upfront responsibility is part of risk management and having an appropriate vehicle at a small cost may mean a future free of guilt.

Who needs a Voice evacuation system?

Anyone in a large industrial area, a big workshop or perhaps a noisy environment should read on to find out how a simple phone call can be distributed to multi devices at one time.  Time is critical when “the ship hits the sand ” and panic sets in. This is when trained procedures come to the fore and save the day and maybe a life.

How does a Voice evacuation system work

It all starts with a single phone call. Naturally, you preset your basic options on who and how they make a call.

  1. Only one person to call.
  2. A registered group can call.
  3. Anyone with the pin access can call.
  4. Telephone from a Landline
  5. Call from a mobile
  6. Install call vetting in certain circumstances

As a result of this, it then covers all options depending on the needs of the business. Power may well be out, the caller may be off premises at the time. The principal is that time is an element and panic is a problem and contacting everyone instantly is the need.

How does this work?

The idea is very simple in practice but involved in achievement.
A single phone call is made and after a few security prompts a Voice message is recorded automatically and dispatched to a range of receivers.

One safeguard required in some cases is vetting the emergency call by an authority figure.

I.  An office Phone.

2.  A mobile phone

3. Voice message

4.  SMS message

5.  Email

Your staff are not always in easy contact so the spread of the message needs to be varied and to a multi-platform of receiving items and options and importantly all at one time.
Each receiver can have one message or all varieties to be sure.

Who can be added to the list?

This is really endless. Naturally, it starts with staff then management perhaps local authorities, Fire and Emergency services even Police and Ambulance.

Setting up your emergency service

Setting the service up is relatively simple with an online platform of tick boxes that take you through the various parameters. This system is then yours to control live by adding and deleting members for those authorised to perform the role.

That’s it, but let’s just summarise what we have said.

  1. This is used when members need to be advised immediately of a problem.
  2. The call can be by anyone authorised
  3. Fall back vetting options available
  4. Calls go by Voice, SMS and email
    to the range of receivers.
  5. Outside sources can be included.
  6. Management is in the loop.
  7. Your online dashboard allows live changes and monitoring.
  8. Reports are available for post-action review

Who would use the service?

  1. Factories of all sizes
  2. Large industrial complexes
  3. Hospitals and aged care
  4. Gated communities
  5. Shopping centres
  6. Areas prone to Fire or flood

What does it all cost?

The setup cost may be up to $250 and the ongoing monthly cost around $50 a month depending on a few factors. The cost of calls is only charged when used at commercial rates.

Fixed cost available on enquiry

For best practices, we recommend regular testing and monitoring of the service and review to make sure that the best results are achieved.

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