Emergency Preparedness
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Hamilton County, OH (2013)
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Hamilton County, OH (2012)
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Calgary Board of Education
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National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
School Board of Sarasota County
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Additional Resources
PDF Emergency Preparedness Product Sheet  
PDF Introduction to ARCHIBUS  

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"It was our job to convince the Board of County Commissioners to spend money on a CAFM system that would help us support our mission. ARCHIBUS offered the most flexibility for our needs, easy customization, and worked with our existing CAD drawings."
Ralph Linne
Director of County Facilities
Hamilton County, OH (2013)

Emergency Preparedness

Ensure business continuity and expedited recovery in the event of a disaster


  • Provides a proactive emergency operations management posture that can potentially save lives, protect property, and reduce insurance costs
  • Enables quick access of accurate information to make critical life-safety decisions during a disaster
  • Organizes information to implement disaster recovery plans and quickly resume normal operations
  • Assists in expediting insurance claims and negotiating more favorable coverage terms

Emergency Preparedness Screenshot
Emergency Preparedness lets users view systems and zones within floor plans to provide critical safety information to emergency responders

Every year, natural and man-made disasters cause tremendous dislocation and financial loss to organizations. ARCHIBUS Emergency Preparedness allows you to plan for potentially disastrous situations and effectively respond and quickly recover in the event of an actual disaster. It helps provide rapid access to critical facility, infrastructure and occupant information to ensure life safety procedures are followed, property is protected, and disruption to normal operations is minimized. ARCHIBUS Emergency Preparedness can serve as your  primary tool for maintaining and providing accurate information to those who need it most in the event of a disaster.