Incident Management for All Types of Emergencies and Events, Big or Small.

Establishing the right framework before an incident occurs could mean the difference between just getting through an emergency, and coming out stronger than before.

No matter how mature your crisis plan may be, an emergency can put significant stress on your resources and compromise your traditional methods. Crisis360 supports standardized incident action plans and ICS best practices, but eliminates the inherent miscommunication, out-dated and missing information that comes along with paper-based systems.

Achieve critical incident objectives and keep your people and infrastructure safe with an information system that provides a common operating picture to all employees and responders.


Crisis360 is customizable to your organizational structure. Even further, it is customizable to specific types of events ahead of them happening. We do this through incident templates that are unique to your business, but still provide standard data you need to enable a coordinated response.


There’s no escaping natural disasters. It’s not a matter of if you’ll ever have to deal with one, but how many.

Crisis360, with its templates and customization features, allows you to be prepared within a moment’s notice. Examples of data you can track for your entities include building damage, emergency food supply, number of ill or injured, etc.

Documents and ICS forms, such as your crisis plan or Incident Action Plan, can be stored within Crisis360 in advance of any event for quick access and reference.

Examples Include:

  • Fires
  • Tornadoes
  • Floods
  • Ice Storms
  • Earthquakes
  • Foodborne Illnesses
  • Epidemics


Be sure you’re equipped to coordinate and respond to the type of hazards that can sometimes expand into surrounding communities. Does your organization work with chemicals, or near power plants? Incident templates for technological or accidental hazards are configured to highlight life safety, quarantines, radiation levels and more.

Broadcast messaging within the Crisis360 solution can be used to alert team members, agencies and responders to evacuation notices, and contaminated areas. Define map zones to illustrate the borders of an evacuation zone, base, command center or areas that need to be isolated or cordoned off.

Examples Include:

  • Dam Breaks
  • Radiological or Hazmat Releases
  • Power Failures
  • Medical Device Defects


It may not be the most common hazard to be considered in a crisis plan, but it could be the most detrimental event you ever experience. These no-notice events can happen at any business, at any time.

This is why Crisis360 provides templates that focus on life safety and real-time resource tracking. Watch movement and updates on a map to accelerate your “time-to-decision” and interpret complete data for teams, agencies or the media.

Examples Include:

  • Criminal or Terrorist Acts
  • School Violence
  • Other Civil Disturbances


Managing planned events with Crisis360 means not just preparing for the worst, but also overseeing the moment-to-moment execution of the event. During event planning, you may have come up with a certain set of protocols, or a common set of expectations. Make sure all your staff, responders or volunteers follow the defined plan during routine tasks or sudden emergencies.

For example, track the number of attendees through the gate, status of utilities, number of 2-way radios checked out, and more.

Examples Include:

  • Festivals & Parades
  • Sports & Games
  • Concerts
  • Large-Crowd Events
Major US disaster and emergency declarations 2014.
(source: Insurance Information Institute)
Percent of small businesses that never reopen their doors after a disaster.
(source: FEMA)
Revenue companies lose on average for every hour of downtime.
(source: International Data Corp.)
Estimate of SMBs that have a comprehensive disaster recovery plan in place.
(source: Gartner)