Life Safety Communication Systems
Handle Emergencies Effectively
Emergency situations can disrupt, cause confusion and result in injury or death. In these situations, proper procedures are often forgotten. Such emergencies may consist of accidents, health issues, severe weather, earthquakes, or an intruder on site. CareHawk’s systems allow for security alerts, district wide announcements, security detection, video and audio surveillance, and integration with other low voltage systems such as fire, security, and access control.
Communicate Emergency Fast and Clear
Communicate emergency situations fast and clear, anywhere on the campus or across a district. Users can create specific tones and voice messages for each emergency situation, such as a tornado warning. Obtain the same level of safety, independent of staff on duty or staff experience. Pre-record emergency instructions in a calm, clear, and concise voice. Trigger these messages from security sensors, telephone codes, cell phones, or from a button push. Messages can automatically repeat. In case of a danger or hazard such as a fire, exit instructions can change based upon the location of the fire, as detected by the fire alarm system.
Save Lives Using Automated Communication
React quickly and accurately to save lives using CareHawk automated communication features. Custom tones and messages quickly identify the emergency type and proper action. These emergency messages can be sent to the whole district, facility or just too isolated rooms, depending on the situation.
Protect From Acts of Violence
Protect your staff, students and property from acts of violence, theft and mischief. Monitor, track and communicate events with automatic response procedures. Contain situations with one-button lockdowns and alerts. Activate dormant cameras to see what is happening. Listen in unannounced to building areas were a hostage situations is developing.
Use Love Cost Dorment Cameras In Areas Where Privacy Is Wanted
Video surveillance systems are extensively used today in schools. Unfortunately they tend to be relegated to exterior doors and hallways. Most video systems end up being used for review after the fact for evidence rather than as a tool in early warning. Most teachers do not want video cameras in classrooms, and most schools cannot afford the cost of such a large number of cameras. Using low-cost cameras in all classrooms that are kept dormant unless activated by the teachers themselves or the Police give facilities new tools in protecting students. Teachers retain their privacy and gain peace of mind that in an emergency, first responders can see the status of their classroom. These teacher-activated cameras also help quickly resolve false student claims against teachers.