Attention North Andover Business Owners: Improve Your Organization’s Safety – Create a Rave Facility Profile!

Responding to facilities and buildings is challenging for first responders.
Smart911 Facility Profile can significantly improve emergency response. 

Emergencies occurring on school campuses, healthcare, and other commercial properties present first responders with unique challenges, which can impact their ability to provide assistance. These facilities can be difficult to access. They may be locked or have gates; they can be confusing to navigate once accessed; and often the 9-1-1 caller is not very familiar with the facility's layout.

With Rave Facility, you can take an active role in protecting your employees, students, guests, and property by providing any information about your facilities that you want 9-1-1 and first responders to know, ahead of any emergency.

Why Should I Create a Rave Facility Profile?

Improving Responders’ Ability to Locate an Emergency Incident
 – Floor plans and other critical data provided through Smart911Facility can significantly help streamline response.

Managing Emergency Impact – The faster emergency responders can access building details, such as utility shutoffs and AEDs, the better they can minimize the impact to life and property.

Enhancing Coordination Between Public Safety and Your Organization
 – Many facilities have unique internal emergency response procedures.  Your Facility Profile can provide these to 9-1-1 and first responders during an incident at your location.

Providing a Method for Keeping all of Your Facility Information Updated
 – Rave Facility provides you with an easy-to-use way of securely storing and backing up your facility’s critical information such as keyholder information and lock/knox box information.


Register Now at smart911.com/corporateprofile

If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact Communications Officer Kimberly Moore at kmoore@napd.us or Direct Line: (978) 242-1534. 


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