How is your Military Base Safety/ Security managed?
With the Military Base Safety and Security offered on the IDentifyED App the below scenario could of been avoided:
“On April 2, 2014, a shooting spree occurred at several locations on the Fort Hood military base near Killeen, Texas. Four people, including the gunman, were killed while fourteen additional people were injured; twelve by gunshot wounds. The shooter, 34-year-old Army Specialist Ivan Lopez, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.”
Military Base Safety and Security Software now needs to include features to handle Covid-19 Procedures.
Covid-19 software needs to include:
- Health Checks
- Temperature Checks
- Infection Response
- Infection Tracking and Tracing
- Testing Wallet Passes and User Flags
- Vaccine Wallet Passes and User Flags
- Group, Course and Community Communications.
To find out more about our Covid-19 Software integration check out: https://campussafetyandsecurity.com/covid-19-software/
PROBLEM: Government facilities need strong base safety and security systems they rely on traditional legacy methods that don’t always provide the best safety and security.
So, what is being done to manage military base base safety and security today?
The military set-up video cameras, armed security guards and smart cards in order to provide base security.
This is a military base, often times it is a “fort”. Why do we need so secure a fort?
Can you take some simple steps and implement some great tools that will improve base security and communication to better secure your military base?
Cameras, smart cards and armed guards cannot protect your base from;
- Chemical and hazardous material spills.
- Hurricanes, tornados, earthquakes, mudslides and blizzards.
- Heart attacks, strokes and other medical issues
- And dozens of other issues where you may want to take steps to make certain your base is safe and secure.
So, if you are on your military base and you need help;
- What do you do?
- Who do you call?
- Who will respond?
- What will the base do if there is a critical base-wide event?
- What is your plan?
- Can you do better than a big loud horn?
- How are you documenting response?
- What is your liability?
- How do you communicate?
- How do you reduce risk, personal injuries and save lives?
- How do you reduce litigation and liability expense?
What does your Military Base Safety Security need?
1A tool that personnel can use every day, not just in an emergency. Something that houses their Base military ID, their HID SEOS Smart Card, allows for secure, private, authenticated military base communications, todos, chat, group messaging, message boards, calendars and file sharing, location services, items that both are critical to their day, and allow them to work and communicate better and of course… safer.
2Roughly two-thirds of all DOD active-duty military personnel were ages 30 or younger in 2015. Only about one-in-ten (9%) were older than 40. This demographic seeks out social networking and messaging. Using public social networks is a bad idea for even the simplest of communications. Like: “When are you shipping out?” Personnel need social media-like tools in order to communicate privately and securely. Without these tools the temptation to use public social media is too great.
3A tool and process to report and identify security and medical incidents as they happen in the hands of your personnel reported instantly to key staff members and security.
4A tool and process to report and identify safety, accidents, and maintenance issues as they happen in the hands of your personnel s reported instantly to key staff members and security.
5When your emergency personnel respond to an incident; if personnel wishes they can disclose critical allergy or medical alerts available within the help request along with emergency contact information, specific location information, along with a picture.
6As an incident occurs staff and security centrally and remotely document and update the status in order to respond, communicate, coordinate and document actions as they are taken.
7If an incident escalates to a base-wide critical event, you may need to do an emergency notification. Emergency notifications or broadcasts will need to be sent out in many dif-ferent ways App, Device Notification Services, text, email, IDentifyed’s message box, Fa-cebook, Twitter, CAP(common alerting protocol) and ASAP (Automated Secure Alarm Protocol).
9When you send out an emergency notification include specific response instructions so that orders are clear and concise.
10Have the ability to create and distribute custom notifications and emergency procedures that are specific to your military base. These procedures need to be documented online so that they are easily and quickly accessible to everyone inside the app.
11Do you have multiple geographic or segments of your bases? Have the ability to select a specific base to send out a broadcast.
12Are you sending only to a specific group of people? Have the ability send a broadcast to a specific group. For example having the ability to communicate to a team traveling in Paris, when a terrorist attack occurs.
13Personnel need a precise method to identify their location during a critical event, make certain that you have this ability.
14Expect personnel to be able to check into a place, group, class, event, bus or create their own special locations, and share this with military base and other personnel s.
15Keep different groups (leadership, security/emergency responders, staff, departments or special teams and visitors) informed, privately and securely. Communicating to different group specific information and instructions is a huge advantage during a critical event
16Keep different groups (leadership, security/emergency responders, staff, departments or special teams and visitors) informed, privately and securely. Communicating to different group specific information and instructions is a huge advantage during a critical event
17Once the event clears you will need to send an “All Clear” to everyone.
18After a base-wide critical event, you will want to document and send help to everyone who needs help, document any and all damage done, and address any unsafe conditions.
What does IDentifyED Campus Security solution provide a military base?
1IDentifyed provides a tool and process to report and identify incidents as they happen. All incidents need to be identified to be prepared to escalate if necessary and document the initiation of the incident. Also, by identifying and documenting issues, patterns and occurrences as they happen. Identifyed allows you to allocate resources, identify recurring issues, and provide proof in case of litigation that you do indeed have processes in place in which you handle issues and document outcomes.
2IDentifyED provides a large suite of private, authenticated and encrypted social networking tools. We do not reach any type of “top secret clearance security”, however for simple everyday communications we provide solid secure communications.
3IDentifyED provides personnel with a tool that they can use every day, not just in an emergency. Something that houses their Base military ID, their HID SEOS Smart Card, allows for secure, private, authenticated military base communications, todos, chat, group messaging, message boards, calendars and file sharing, location services, items that both are critical to their day, and allow them to work and communicate better and of course… safer.
4If an incident “escalates” staff and law enforcement IDentifyED allows you to both centrally and remotely document and update the status that the issue escalated to a critical event.
5Your base security procedures will call for your team to take the next step: Emergency Notification. IDentifyed’s Emergency notification is sent out in many different ways App, Device Notification Services, test, email, IDentifyed’s message box, Facebook, Twitter, CAP(common alerting protocol) and ASAP (Automated Secure Alarm Protocol).
6Global Reach, IDentifyed uses a global broadcast mechanism that allows you to reach throughout the world. If you are using a traditional legacy tool, you may not have this capability. Ask yourself this: “Do my students travel? If an incident occurs in a remote country and I need to communicate with a group, how will I do that?”
7Sending out an alarm without specific response instructions carries with it the risk of panic and additional loss. For this reason, IDentifyED includes steps to take by integrating The I Love U Guys Foundation’s Standard Response Protocol originally used and proven in over 25,000 schools and now available to military bases so that your base has well documented response procedures and tools that make those procedures possible, avoiding confusion, panic, and additional injury or loss of life.
8IDentifyed also allows your military base to create custom notifications and emergency procedures that are specific to your military base needs or base.
9Your base needs well document emergency procedures, IDentifyED makes these procedures available online in the app, so that they are easily and quickly accessible to everyone, when they are needed.
10IDentifyED allows you to centrally monitor help requests and other key functions including emergency broadcast from one or a distributed central security operations center.
11Are you sending only to a specific group of people? IDentifyed allows you to send a broadcast to a specific group. For example, an team traveling in Paris, France when a terrorist attack occurs.
12Employees need a precise method to identify their location during a critical event. Identifyed provides a tool called check-in that allows a user to “check-in” to a place, group, event, bus or even a user specific location, sharing this information in their communication dashboard for other users. Check-in allows for better information on where an emergency responder needs to respond to. For example, if they are in a 10-story building, well longitude and latitude only tell the building, but location check-in allows you to designate floor 6 bathroom 6-2-M.
13IDentifyED allows you to keep different groups (leadership, security/emergency responders, staff, personnel s or visitors) informed, privately and securely. Communicating to different groups specific information and instructions is a huge advantage during a critical event. IDentifyED provides chat and message boards and allows you to segregate information to various groups. You can update via HTML, and the IDentifyED App as users can read these message boards on the app and via HTML.
14IDentifyED provides a tool within the app that allows users to have immediate access to emergency procedures via the content management tool.
15Once the event clears you will need call for an “All Clear” from IDentifyED’s emergency broadcast system.
16Once the event clears you may need to request help for injured parties, identify unsafe conditions or get certain required maintenance issues addressed immediately, this can be done and documented with IDentifyED’s help request system.
Top reasons why IDentifyED is the best Military Base Safety Security system
1BEST User Engagement
- Corporate/Campus ID
- HID SEOS Smart Cards
- Custom Campus App w/custom resources
- Help Requests
- Emergency Notification
- Emergency Procedure Content tools
- Check-in in order to share locations
- User, and Group Communication dashboards
- Message Boards
- Picture Sharing
- File Sharing
- Location Sharing
2BEST Help Request
- Critical Contact info.
- Allergy and medical alerts
- Remote and Central Operations
- Status, Control and Documentation
Intelligent Logistics and Prevention
3BEST Security Processes, Metrics and Documentation
- Incident Response Improvement.
- Critical Event Response Improvement.
- Improved Campus Monitoring and Intelligence.
4The BEST Corporate/Campus ID Systems
- Student self-registration and photo uploads.
- No plastic IDs.
- Never lost and never stolen.
5Smartest Smart Card
- Easy Smart Card Management
- No plastic smartcards.
- Secure Smart Credentials.
IDentifyED Security Management API
IDentifyED has a large library of APIs so that 3rd parties with the proper credentials can interact with IDentifyED. Visitor APIs can also provide pictures of all visitors so that facial recognition systems and other systems can identify visitors on base.
Integration from your campus HR System
Integration is the best news yet!
IDentifyED has the ability to integrate with your human resource systems and directory services so that we can pull user and login information as well as in many business rules and other critical information. We can also with the Swift Data tool completely integrate with the list of premise access controllers, list below. With the Swift Data tool, we provide not only data synchronization but also workflow and business rule-based intelligence to configure access and to update Kornukopia’s IDentifyED, your human resources and directory services and provision your smart cards with your PACs!
Premise access controller smart card IDentifyED update integration list
- Assa Abloy HID Persona Physical Access Controller
- Genetec Physical Access Controller
- Lenel Physical Access Controller
- Rs2 Technologies Physical Access Controller
- Honeywell Physical Access Controller
- Vanderbilt Industries Physical Access Controller
- Software House Physical Access Controller
- Brivo Physical Access Controller
- S2 Security Physical Access Controller
With a complete military base safety and security system you turn trag-edy into the opportunity to demonstrate your ability to help and re-spond.
What is holding you back from a Military Base Safety Security system for your Base?
- You have a security management system already, but it does not leverage the users and their needs? What is the point of a base security and safety system anyway?
- Implementing is quick and easy.
- The IDentifyED system cost is easily justified based upon all the other items it replaces.
- Every minute you wait you create more risk, liability and negligence.
- You can start saving lives and communicating to everyone that your base is safe and secure, today!