SAN FRANCISCO, May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The World Health Organization says a Swine Flu pandemic is now a certainty. Many states have already declared emergencies. Many experts believe the Federal government will declare a disaster soon.
The emotional toll the outbreak takes on the public will become increasing intense as news coverage propels people to the point of panic. Your only defense: to prepare your department to the highest level possible.
Don't waste any more time. Instead, opt for the most thorough incident planning software on the market. Make the Coordinated NIMS Incident Planner (CNIP) your frontline solution to the battle ahead.
Here's what CNIP can do for you:
-- CNIP's wizard quickly develops your Incident Action Plan.
-- CNIP allows for networking with other responders, which means your entire county can work off an integrated response plan.
-- CNIP ensures cost recovery by following NIMS requirements.
The stockpile of antiviral medicine will probably arrive late and won't last throughout the emergency. Make sure your department is prepared for what lies ahead.
What can CNIP do?
CNIP is an Incident Action Plan development tool that ensures consistency by standardizing ICS forms. A wizard guides planners through their IAP development. Information is key input only once and it's automatically transferred to the forms and on each of the proper forms -- minimizing mistakes and omissions. With a completed IAP, the management structure within the Incident Command System is established and can be accessed by field command and other operations centers.
CNIP tracks personnel and collects all costs as they are incurred, optimizing equipment and resources, and automatically creates phone lists, organization charts, and other crucial materials. With this capability, incident managers have detailed information instantly.
IMPORTANT: CNIP is used to connect the IAPs of different agencies -- something that has never before been possible. Example: CNIP received national attention at the 2007 All Star Game in San Francisco when, for the first time ever, it brought together the plans of all participating agencies. This included the Police and Fire Departments, Sheriff, Public Health, Transportation, Public Works, FBI, Homeland Security, Coast Guard, and the 95th Civil Support Team, among many others.
Also, with disaster looming, CNIP can be an invaluable training tool. The software meets NIMS' training standards and covers its full course curricula. Use CNIP to prepare all the personnel in your department!
Health experts say the flu may not take hold and spread with rapidity until next year. Time is of the essence. Make the right decision today. Update your SOPs with new software that will allow your staff to focus on more important response preparations.
Join the first responder organizations across the country that have downloaded the trial version of the CNIP software at http://www.ESIS-Systems.com. Or, contact us directly to discuss your purchase.
With everyone on board, the entire country can achieve complete connectivity and interoperability. Is there a better way to organize a national disaster?
Contact: Dan Linehan CNIP Co-Developer Emergency Services Interactive Systems (650) 291-4101 DLinehan@ESIS-Systems.com
This release was issued through eReleases(TM). For more information, visit http://www.ereleases.com.
|SOURCE Emergency Services Interactive Systems|
Copyright©2009 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved