In making the announcement, Campbell said, "We created two different apps because the lifestyle and emergency response needs of college students and workplace staff is completely different." She continued, "College students generally feel invincible and rely on their friends first when they need help. On the other hand, workplace staff and administrators are responsible for helping large groups of people stay safer in any emergency which requires instant communication with their colleagues, the authorities and the public."
SafeWatch TEAM(R), the company's app for workplace staff was created as a direct result of the tragedy at Sandy Hook. Working with law enforcement and the
OnWatchOnCampus(R), the company's
Campbell concluded, "Our mission is to help keep students and staff safer by using our state of the art technology smartphone apps. We know we can't eliminate violence but we can minimize the amount of time it takes for individuals to receive help when they need it in any level of emergency."
Safety Alert Apps turn a smartphone into a fully customizable multi-tasking emergency tool that immediately communicates critical incident information, in real time. The user is on the phone with 911/security team, and simultaneously preselected text and email alerts are sent with GPS location to multiple layers of first responders during the first seconds of any emergency.
To find out more about the company and all their products, visit http://www.SafetyAlertApps.com.
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