Graphical representation: Graphical symbols and layouts can be customized to meet user preferences.
Drill-down menu structure: Pre-fire plan information is provided in layers from overview status screens to individual rooms and checklists. Navigation between the layers is performed through interactive hyperlinks and buttons.
Pre-planned attack paths: Identification and activation of primary and secondary fire attack paths are provided based upon actual conditions.
Configuration control module: User access privileges are controlled, along with formal revision control (prepare/review/approve) of controlled data.
Identification of staging locations: Recommended staging locations of personnel and equipment are highlighted graphically based on live scenario inputs.
Print ready: Pre-fire plans are designed to be printed in a document-ready format including revision history.
All optional features are custom built to match customer needs.
Interactive pre-fire plan checklists: Checklists interact with live scenario data to provide recommended actions such as ventilation options, electrical isolation, and hazard protection.
Interactive incident command interface: Interface allows for placement and tracking of assets during a drill, training or actual incident. Logging of event is possible to support post-drill or incident critique. Fire detection and suppression system status can be included on the interactive plans to communicate with the incident response team.
Combustible and chemical inventory tracking modules: Monitor inventory levels and loading limits to ensure safety features are adequate. Material Safety Data Sheets: The MSDS are linked directly to locations within the pre-fire plans for easy access.
Chemical dispersion analysis: An interactive gaseous dispersion model is available to assist with protective action decision making.
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