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Protect

Your School

Take control of your safety.

Protect

Your School

Take control of your safety.

When seconds count – help is minutes away

Active Shootings: 12.5 mins (avg)

Police Response Time: 18 mins (avg)

“Department of Homeland Security research reveals that the average duration of an active shooter incident at a school is 12.5 minutes. In contrast, the average response time for law enforcement is 18 minutes.”   PoliceMag.com

Active Shootings: 12.5 mins (avg)

Police Response Time: 18 mins (avg)

“Department of Homeland Security research reveals that the average duration of an active shooter incident at a school is 12.5 minutes. In contrast, the average response time for law enforcement is 18 minutes.”   PoliceMag.com

Chaos and Confusion

During an emergency, there can be many questions.

Without a solid plan and a clear method of communication,
students, teachers, and administrators can be overwhelmed with panic.

Without knowing what to do, children feel vulnerable and teachers feel helpless.

What's Happening?

Where is the Problem?

What Do I Do?

Who Needs Help?

Where Do I Go?

K-12 Public Schools

5,000/yr
unlimited users
unlimited locations
unlimited admins

Take control

Manage Emergencies

Emergencies are typically overrun with chaos and confusion.

Not anymore.

With your Mayday Pro Dashboard, you’ll be able to see what is happening, to whom, and where. You’ll be able to communicate with your organization and check-in on everyone’s status.

Mayday Safety is the new standard.

Where

Track Alert Locations

Track the locations of alerts and the users within your organization on an interactive map in the Mayday Pro dashboard.

What

View Emergency Details

Track alerts by when, how, where and by whom they are submitted.

Manage

Control Alert Levels

Organizations may choose to have all alerts from members be routed through oversight first as “pings” before they are escalated to true emergencies.

Communicate

Send Notifications

Communicate with your entire organization or only specific groups.

Feedback

Checklists/Safety Checks

Send specific instructions and/or request safety checks from the members of your organization and track their progress.

Hypothetical Scenario

School shooting starts. Fire alarm siren sounds. Screams and gunshots heard.

One option is over-run with confusion and chaos and risks increasing casualties. The other allows for clear communication which saves valuable time and allows for a deliberate and uniform response.

1. Without Mayday

An alert (possibly delayed) is signaled to the entire school. This is most likely completed via radios, a fire alarm, or a PA address to the school.

The alert is delayed until someone can find, and get to, a fire alarm or the PA system. Even with radios, someone with a radio needs to be aware of the problem and contact someone else with a radio who then must get to an alert system.

Teachers and students don’t know what to do. Should they escape? Should they lock-down? If a fire alarm is used, neither teachers nor students will know the nature of the emergency nor how to react.

Minutes can pass, at a time where seconds are crucial, trying to figure out what is going on and how they should react.

If they lock-down, they won’t know for how long. If they escape, they won’t know where to go.

Leaders won’t know what is happening. Chaos and confusion rule.

School leadership won’t know where and/or what the problem is to tell first responders or communicate with teachers. Is there one shooter? More? Where are they?

Which classrooms are locked-down and safe? Who is injured and where are they? Who needs extra help? Where are evacuated teachers and students?

Leaders/First Responders don’t know who needs help and who is safe. Precious time will be spent trying to determine where to send emergency resources.

Police won’t know where the shooter(s) are. Medical personnel won’t know what help is needed and where.

2. With Mayday

An alert is immediatly signaled to the entire school. Anyone in your system with a smart phone, wherever they are, can send an alert to the entire campus. Safety is crowdsourced.

To prevent false-alarms, schools can choose to have all alerts reviewed by select leadership.

Teachers and students know exactly what to do. Pre-set messages can be sent to students, faculty, and staff. Classrooms can be locked-down in seconds.

Real-time messages can also be sent to everyone or specific groups.

Leaders know what is happening and where. Teachers can easily select “locked-down/all safe,” “medical attention needed,” and/or “SOS.”

The Mayday Pro dashoard will show everyone’s status on a map of the school.

Leaders/First Responders know where their help is needed. First responders will “join” your system with their Mayday Pro dashboard upon arrival and know what to do and where.

 

Option 1 - Without Mayday
An alert (possibly delayed) is signaled to the entire school. This is most likely completed via radios, a fire alarm, or a PA address to the school.

The alert is delayed until someone can find, and get to, a fire alarm or the PA system. Even with radios, someone with a radio needs to be aware of the problem and contact someone else with a radio who then must get to an alert system.

Teachers and students don’t know what to do. Should they escape? Should they lock-down? If a fire alarm is used, neither teachers nor students will know the nature of the emergency nor how to react.

Minutes can pass, at a time where seconds are crucial, trying to figure out what is going on and how they should react.

If they lock-down, they won’t know for how long. If they escape, they won’t know where to go.

Leaders won’t know what is happening. Chaos and confusion rule.

School leadership won’t know where and/or what the problem is to tell first responders or communicate with teachers. Is there one shooter? More? Where are they?

Which classrooms are locked-down and safe? Who is injured and where are they? Who needs extra help? Where are evacuated teachers and students?

Leaders/First Responders don’t know who needs help and who is safe. Precious time will be spent trying to determine where to send emergency resources.

Police won’t know where the shooter(s) are. Medical personnel won’t know what help is needed and where.

Option 2 - With Mayday

An alert is immediatly signaled to the entire school. Anyone in your system with a smart phone, wherever they are, can send an alert to the entire campus. Safety is crowdsourced.

To prevent false-alarms, schools can choose to have all alerts reviewed by select leadership.

Teachers and students know exactly what to do. Pre-set messages can be sent to students, faculty, and staff. Classrooms can be locked down in seconds.

Real-time messages can also be sent to everyone or specific groups.

Leaders know what is happening and where. Teachers can easily select “locked-down/all safe,” “medical attention needed,” and/or “SOS.”

The Mayday Pro dashoard will show everyone’s status on a map of the school.

Leaders/First Responders know where their help is needed. First responders will “join” your system with their Mayday Pro dashboard upon arrival and know what to do and where.

Simple

The Mayday Pro Dashboard is intuitive – emergencies are easy to see and track, users can be bulk uploaded, color-coded groups can be created to manage alerts and messaging, and zone boundaries are defined with a click of your mouse. You can access your dashboard from any internet conencted device – anywhere in the world.

Smart

Current safety solutions all fail in one key area – they rely upon dumb alerts that only go one-way. Mayday Safety provides Smart Alerts that allow notification of an emergency AND feedback and updates from your team. You’ll know who’s safe and who needs help – fast!

Security

Your most valuable asset is your team – give them the protection they deserve. Send important messages, learn about potential threats, and respond confidently during an emergency. The uses are almost limitless – track employees after a fire, check-in on employees on the road, lock-down your facilty fast….and on and on.

K-12 Public Schools

5,000/yr
unlimited users
unlimited locations
unlimited admins

features

What You Get

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Smart Alerts

Receive alerts from, and send alerts to, every member in your organization – either within a certain boundary or world-wide.

Map View

See exactly what is going on and where. View alerts, monitor visitors, and track boundaries on a live map.

Manage Users

Add and remove users to and from your organization. Easily organize and sort users into groups.

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Communicate

Send instructions and updates to your team and receive feedback on each user’s status through the free Mayday Safety app

Cloud-Based Data

There’s no complicated software to install nor use. Your Mayday Pro dashboard is accessible from any internet connected device.

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Manage Permissions

Control what each user group can do within the dashboard and which messages/instructions they’ll receive.

Accurate Locations

Despite what the movies show, 911 services don’t know the precise location of a cell phone call. Mayday Pro provides accurate information.

Real-time Assistance

Set a specific path and have others help monitor and track your journey. Get off course or don’t make it on time? Help is on the way! (coming soon)

New Thinking

Developed by special operations personnel. Unfortunately, modern attacks resemble the battlefield more than traffic stops.

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Mayday Safety Provides:

  • Evidence-based school safety program for a significant improvement in security
  • Training school personnel and students to prevent student violence against others and self
  • Anonymous reporting system for threats of school violence
  • A mobile telephone application and Internet website for submitting anonymous reports of threats concerning school violence.
  • School threat assessment and intervention that includes coordination with law enforcement agencies and school personnel
  • Significant improvement in training, threat assessments and reporting, and violence prevention
  • Coordination with local law enforcement
  • Technology for expedited notification of local law enforcement during an emergency

How Mayday Works

Mayday App

The Mayday App is FREE to every teacher, student, and staff member at your school.

The app is used to:

Send and receive alerts
Show the location of the alert
Communicate with instructions
Provide feedback on the user’s status

Mayday Pro

The Mayday Pro dashboard allows leadership and first responders to track all emergencies. If desired, alerts from students can be held in a queue until approved by an administrator.

In the dashboard, leadership can create and assign specific groups for instructions and messages.

First responders can see where the issue is, who needs help, and who is safe.

Mayday Pro

The Mayday Pro dashboard allows leadership and first responders to track all emergencies. If desired, alerts from students can be held in a queue until approved by an administrator.

In the dashboard, leadership can create and assign specific groups for instructions and messages.

First responders can see where the issue is, who needs help, and who is safe.

Mayday App

Smart Alerts

Every other method of communication in an emergency has one of two major flaws:

1. Dumb Alerts.  Fire alarms, public address systems, and even other safety apps send information ONE WAY. Yes, teachers can be alerted of an active shooter but there’s no way to know which classrooms are locked down safely and which ones need help.

2. Chatter. Radios and text-message based systems allow for two way communication but the information can become overwhelming FAST. It can be extremely difficult to know what is going on when everyone with a radio is transmitting info. Also, not everyone will have a radio.

SMART ALERTS:  Mayday Pro allows pre-set messages to go to certain groups of people AND it allows for effective feedback.

For example, in an active shooter scenario, teachers can receive the “lock-down” Mayday alert to their cell phones and they can then check-in “locked-down/safe” or “SOS.”

The Mayday Pro dashboard will then show green-lights where everyone has checked in safe and red alerts where help is needed.

Also, consistent and clear messaging can be sent to EVERYONE – not just those with a working radio.

This is much more effecient than any other method.

Smart Alerts

Every other method of communication in an emergency has one of two major flaws:

1. Dumb Alerts.  Fire alarms, public address systems, and even other safety apps send information ONE WAY. Yes, teachers can be alerted of an active shooter but there’s no way to know which classrooms are locked down safely and which ones need help.

2. Chatter. Radios and text-message based systems allow for two way communication but the information can become overwhelming FAST. It can be extremely difficult to know what is going on when everyone with a radio is transmitting info. Also, not everyone will have a radio.

SMART ALERTS:  Mayday Pro allows pre-set messages to go to certain groups of people AND it allows for effective feedback.

For example, in an active shooter scenario, teachers can receive the “lock-down” Mayday alert to their cell phones and they can then check-in “locked-down/safe” or “SOS.”

The Mayday Pro dashboard will then show green-lights where everyone has checked in safe and red alerts where help is needed.

Also, consistent and clear messaging can be sent to EVERYONE – not just those with a working radio.

This is much more effecient than any other method.

Location Tracking

Know exactly where an alert occurs. This is useful on your campus but it is vital when staff and students are off-site at school events or on field-trips.

Schools can choose certain administrators to receive all alerts before they are escalated to a full campus-wide alert. With this feature, false alarms are reduced and emergency incidents, such as a localized medical emergency or fight, that don’t require acampus-wide alert can still be communicated.

Administrators can directly contact and communicate with the person(s) who sent an alert.

Mayday Pro

Track Alert Locations

Track the locations of alerts and the users within your organization on an interactive map in the Mayday Pro dashboard.

Track Alert Locations

Track the locations of alerts and the users within your organization on an interactive map in the Mayday Pro dashboard.

View Emergency Details

Track alerts by when, how, where and by whom they are submitted.

View Emergency Details

Track alerts by when, how, where and by whom they are submitted.

Control Alert Levels

Organizations may choose to have all alerts from members be routed through oversight first as “pings” before they are excalated to true emergencies.

Control Alert Levels

Organizations may choose to have all alerts from members be routed through oversight first as “pings” before they are excalated to true emergencies.

Send Notifications

Communicate with your entire organization or only specific groups.

Send Notifications

Communicate with your entire organization or only specific groups.

Checklists/Safety Checks

Send specific instructions and/or request safety checks from the members of your organization and track their progress.

Checklists/Safety Checks

Send specific instructions and/or request safety checks from the members of your organization and track their progress.

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Mayday Pro is coming soon.

If you’re interested in our program, please contact us below.

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