inFRONT Debuts Emergency Response App Updates at EHS Seminar

New Orleans-based company inFRONT announced the 2015 release of new updates for their AllClear Emergency Assembly during the Environmental, Health and Safety Seminar (EHS) in Texas last week.

inFRONT AllClear Emergency AssemblyinFRONT, which is dedicated to improving business processes in the petrochemical industry, debuted three new technology features at EHS. AllClear, the first-ever emergency response application for the industry, now includes enhanced emergency response teams (ERT) management tools, special annotation, and accurate forensic reporting.

What makes AllClear’s reporting unique is that it is deep and advanced and provides robust data for safety professionals.

“We hardly ever add a feature that isn’t validated by our user community,” said Christopher Laibe, president and founder of inFRONT.. “We take pains to listen to safety professionals at every level of the organization because they know better than anyone what the profession needs to be more effective. We also facilitate discussions among the levels of the organization to reach consensus. As a result, when we add a feature – we know it will be a hit.”

AllClear was created to assist in making life-saving decisions by providing safety-specific data to ERTs during the incident in addition to follow up data that clarifies potential areas of improvement.

The platform has already been proven to:

  • Refine the pace and accuracy of emergency mustering exercises by 90% in downstream facilities.
  • Return 1,850 people to work 30 minutes faster than normal, an estimated productivity savings of $79,000.

“AllClear was created by safety professionals that have been in the industry for over 25 years,” said Laibe. “Until now, the only methods used during a plant emergency involved pens, paper and a formalized game of telephone, but we knew there was a better way so we set out to create a platform that was accurate, effective and easy to use. AllClear has been proven to find employees and get them to safe zones 90% faster than traditional methods.”