Emergency Roll Call - Reliable tracking of affected stakeholders.

When there’s an unplanned emergency event, like a building evacuation or severe weather, determining the status of your employees, volunteers, visitors, and other stakeholders becomes a primary concern. But conducting a manual roll call takes too long, reporting status becomes difficult, and you might end up playing "broken telephone" sharing out-of-date or incorrect information with your stakeholders. 

With RMS Advantage’s Roll Call, you can quickly and easily check on stakeholder status and initiate calls to share accurate and up-to-date information with affected individuals — giving response teams the ability to focus valuable resources on those who need it most.

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Laser-targeted your response with virtually automatic stakeholder status updates.

roll-call-manage-can.pngWith Roll Call your response team can develop a process that enables employees to proactively call to report their personal status when there is an evacuation or other emergency. Providing not only a quick and easy way to indentify who is ok and who may need assistance but also provides a form or early alert system—alerting agents of a situation which may need to be addressed.

Don't forget to include your visitors and guests.

Every organization sometimes has visitors and guest – people who are not in the system’s database. Roll Call even gives non-stakeholder visitors and guests the ability to report their status during an evacuation; ensuring the roll call is accurate and inclusive.

Emergency mass notification survey report by ERMS and Disaster Resource Guide

Detailed delivery reports are always available in real-time.

Quickly view detailed or summary reports and export them as .pdf (for a quick status reporting) or .csv (to incorporate them into your organization’s business continuity or disaster recovery reports). Get high-level or granular information including:

  • Stakeholder status
  • Campaign status
  • Stakeholder activity
  • User acknowledgement
  • Conference bridge usage
  • Device type, and much more