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In the News

July, 2016 - Case Study-Supporting Evidence for the Nomination of the Emergency Management Communication Tool (EMCT)

Feb 8, 2016 - - Toronto Upgrades to web-based incident management system

Feb 2, 2016 - City of Toronto chooses DisasterLAN as their crisis management system

Dec 8, 2015 - DisasterLAN FutureShield Incident Management Case Study - Pan Am Parapan Am Games | Toronto, 2015

June 30, 2015 - DisasterLAN Successfully Implemented by Alberta's Emergency Management Agency

Mar. 10, 2015 - Buffalo Computer Graphics DisasterLAN System implemented in time for Toronto 2015 Pan American & Parapan American Games (PPAG)

Jan. 20, 2015 - Cynthia Weeden, President of FutureShield, will be speaking at the National Public Alerting Summit 2015 in Edmonton, AB - Feb. 18 & 19

Nov., 26 2014- In an Emergency, every second Counts! Today, Text Messages and Radio Broadcasts are being tested with Bruce Power, Municipality of Kincardine, and TELUS

August, 2014- City of London trains with XVR

July, 2014 - DisasterLAN for University of British Columbia's Emergency Management

Business Continuity - Contain and manage today's Business Risks

Every organization needs to have a business continuity plan. When there is a disruption to operations due to a disaster or incident, the results can be devastating. Naturally occurring such as floods, hurricanes, or ice storms, and man-made disasters that are intentional or accidental are all possible threats and more prevalent now than ever before. These disasters can cause a disruption of communications, damage to a physical building, loss of assets, or even possible harm to personnel. How quickly you can access the right information and the right people during an incident can lower the negative impact to any organization.

A business continuity plan should address crisis management, incident response, business continuity, disaster recovery, and pandemic planning. A business continuity plan needs to exist in a safe and accessible location. It needs to have the plans, measures, and arrangements to ensure the continuous delivery of critical services and products which permits the organization to recover its facility, data, and assets. With the advancement of technology, software tools are available and now more affordable than ever before. These tools help security and emergency management professionals simplify and streamline their procedures, store their plans in an accessible off-site location, and communicate with their team through various methods via mass notification.

FutureShield offers industry leading software solutions to help security and emergency management professionals develop and implement an effective business continuity management plan.



Business Impact Analysis (BIA)

  • Identify and evaluate the impact of disasters on business

Business Continuity Planning (BCP)

  • Contain and manage today's business risks

Emergency Notification

  • Broadcast alerts and receive responses
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