Maintenance and update: PFP updates are supported by the configuration control module. Graphical logic is prepared, reviewed and approved prior to implementation into a facility’s pre-fire plan program.
Training: With optional features such as the Interactive Incident Command interface, PFP can be used to train on fire attack strategies in a classroom setting. With the combination of Incident Command and Event Logging, GLASS supports development and execution of emergency drills, with event logs saved for post-drill critique.
Incident response: Visualization of fire protection features, and interactive incident command interfaces/checklists make pre-planned fire attack strategies easily accessible. Retained event logs can be used for post-incident critique.
Fully customizable graphics: A standard set of symbols is available, but all can be designed to customer specifications.
Incident command: Integrated logic supports incident command decisions even for scenarios not previously considered.
Quick and intuitive access to information: PFP information is accessed through a graphical hyperlink interface. Touch screen technology is supported so that GLASS can be deployed on a portable PC/tablet or a large incident command center display.
Configuration control: All changes are regulated by the configuration control module, which assures only authorized users make changes, and all changes are automatically logged.
Portability: Although GLASS can be installed in a network environment, it does not rely on outside data connections, so it can also be deployed on portable devices with local data storage.
Pre-fire plan drawings recreated in GLASS depict facility specific symbols or may incorporate industry standard symbols. Simple point-n-click or check-box tracking tools facilitate training and understanding to all facility personnel.
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