SAFER Systems Launches SAFER Homeland Responder (U.S. edition) and Hazmat Responder (International edition) Chemical Emergency Management Systems
SAFER Systems’ Responder series uniquely equips government emergency planning, management and response agencies at all levels (federal, provincial, state and local), environmental protection/quality agencies, military response teams and hazardous materials (Hazmat) responders with vital information that enables better emergency planning, decision-making and response.
Camarillo, California, USA; – SAFER Systems, the global technology leader in chemical emergency management solutions, today announced that it has released its Responder series of products, the company’s highly integrated and comprehensive system for detecting, analyzing and responding to toxic chemical release emergencies wherever they may occur. SAFER Homeland Responder and Hazmat Responder uniquely equip users with a range of vital information that enables better emergency planning, decision-making and response.
Dubbed the “anywhere, anytime” versions of SAFER Systems’ chemical emergency management product portfolio, Homeland Responder and Hazmat Responder are used by government emergency planning, management and response agencies at all levels (federal, provincial, state and local), environmental protection/quality agencies, military response teams and hazardous materials (Hazmat) responders worldwide to detect the release of toxic chemicals at the earliest stages and predict in real-time using instantaneous information from gas and meteorological sensors how the plume will disperse over time and in what concentrations.
The Responder series of products enhances a user’s ability to detect an accidental or intentional toxic release using standard fixed or mobile gas sensors or high-sensitivity Open Path optical sensors, estimate its source area location, and predict and share data on the plume’s likely path over time. The systems can integrate Internet-based weather data and plot and share event-related data including plume information using Google Maps™ and Google Earth™.
“In the chaotic and frantic aftermath of a toxic chemical release, accurate information – delivered rapidly in a visual, easy-to-comprehend format – is critical to understanding the scope and magnitude of the event and thus is vitally important to saving lives and resources,” said Ernest Gilbert, President, SAFER Systems. “Our mission is to provide a comprehensive solution that allows our users to take every precaution in minimizing the risk of exposure to an accidental or intentional release thus protecting people and property. SAFER Systems chemical emergency management solutions helps organizations all over the world to predict what would happen in the event of a chemical release, permitting them to take the necessary steps to plan for such an event and to make informed decisions as to how to most-effectively handle an event should one occur,” said Gilbert.
For more information visit www.safersystemv10.com or call SAFER Systems at 1-800-621-7237 (USA/Canada) or 805-383-9711.About SAFER Systems
Founded in 1978, SAFER Systems is the global technology leader in chemical emergency management solutions, with advanced chemical plume measurement and monitoring products that integrate real-time weather and sensor data. The company’s scalable state-of-the-art solutions, which incorporate patented technologies, are designed to detect and accurately predict in real-time the dispersion of accidental or terrorist related releases of toxic chemical agents. Using SAFER Systems products, organizations worldwide can better estimate the associated risks, thoroughly prepare for the possibility of a chemical release, and quickly determine the best ways to mitigate those risks when responding to an actual emergency. The company’s international customer base includes Fortune 500 chemical and petroleum companies, all Class 1 railroads in North America, and many government HazMat/First Responders, including teams located in U.S. cities and states and Canadian provinces, as well as the Civil Defense agencies of Singapore and Luxembourg. Other customers and applications for SAFER Systems’ products include pharmaceutical manufacturers; nuclear reprocessing facilities; smelters; oil and gas pipelines; pulp and paper plants; chemical storage and transporters; engineering and consulting firms involved in plant construction/expansion, safety or environmental health; and seaports and airports around the world. Headquartered in Camarillo, California, SAFER Systems maintains regional sales and support offices in the United States, Canada and Europe, and supports a network of authorized sales and service agents throughout the world. For more information, visit www.safersystemv10.com .