IamResponding.com's EMERGENCY RESPONDER REPLY SYSTEM
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Know immediately who is coming to your calls, where they are going, and when they will be there! IamResponding.com eliminates time spent guessing about, and waiting for, responders who may not be coming. Press one button on virtually any phone or mobile device, and your station and dispatcher will immediately know that you are responding to a dispatch. It's that simple! The simple and fast information provided by IamResponding.com saves critical time in responding to emergencies.
IamResponding.com is used by fire departments, EMS agencies, SAR and technical rescue teams, hospitals and any other incident response teams that rely on out-of-station personnel for any portion of their response when responding to emergencies.
Here's how it works: After receiving a dispatch notification through any existing dispatch system, responders either press one button on IamResponding's free apps, or speed dial a pre-programmed toll-free number on any phone. This whole process takes mere seconds, at most.
On one simple screen (accessed through any computer with internet access), their station, chiefs, team leaders and dispatchers immediately see who is responding, their level of certification/qualification, the time that they are responding, and where they are responding (e.g. scene, station, or any other response location that your department or agency responds to). This same information is also viewable on any mobile telephone that has internet access, and via FREE iOS and Android apps. For members responding from their apps, the system can also display their live location as they respond to the scene or station. No software or unique hardware needs to be purchased or installed, because this system is entirely web-based. No one needs to enter any dispatch information. No one needs to answer any telephone or radio calls from any responders. It's that simple!
Many of the departments and agencies using this system install a computer monitor in their truck bay, and leave that logged into this system 24x7x365. As members arrive at the station, they quickly glance at one simple screen and immediately see who else is en route to either the station or scene. They immediately know whether a full crew is responding, or whether additional personnel will be needed. If more personnel are needed, a further dispatch can be issued much sooner than under current protocols, thereby reducing the total response time. If enough members are en route, duty assignments can be determined before the members even reach the station. If you aren't going to get a full crew out quickly enough, mutual aid can be activated much sooner, because you will know much sooner whether or not you will be able to get a full crew out.
Almost every emergency department and agency has encountered situations where apparatus leaves the station, only to pass other members who are still en route to the station. With IamResponding.com, you will know immediately who else is en route, where they are going, and when they will be there. With this information, you can make informed decisions about whether to wait for others who are still on their way. In many situations, waiting another 20 or 30 seconds for others that you know are on the way can result in having a more complete, better equipped crew for your emergency response. Because you know who is coming, you can simply grab their gear, throw it into the truck, pull out onto the apron, and have them get in as soon as they arrive.
For fire departments, if 2 of your first arriving members are driver qualified, and they both go out on the first engine out, then you might not have any other driver-qualified members responding to that call who can get additional apparatus out. However, if you know before the first engine leaves that there are still 3 or 4 other members en route to the station, a decision can be made to hold one of the drivers back, which will let you get a second truck out as soon as the other members arrive.
For EMS agencies, many agencies permit their medics to respond directly to the scene. If there is a driver at the station ready to leave, and he or she sees on their monitor that a medic is heading to the scene, the driver can immediately leave for the scene, knowing that they will be able to meet up with the medic at the scene - without the necessity of any radio or telephone traffic between the driver and medic.
Stop wasting valuable time waiting for members who are not coming, know who else is coming to the station (so that you can stop rolling short, only to pass other members as they are arriving at the station), make your duty assignments sooner and get out to your calls faster with reduced response times by using IamResponding.com!
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We also offer a COMPLETELY FREE, 2-month trial, with no contract and no commitment. We can have you set up and active in less than one day, and you can then try the system completely FREE for 60 days!