Ravenna – My LifePlan®, an emerging provider of emergency services, announced the release of its Intelligent Survival InitiativesTM (ISI). A first in disaster response, ISI is designed to provide proactive intelligent information services for emergency and large-scale disasters.
My LifePlan’s® Intelligent Survival Initiatives provides solutions for:
• Gathering and updating life-critical information about the individual prior to disaster or when called to the aid of the disaster scene.
• Making that information instantly available to authorized personnel in an emergency event under all disaster conditions.
• Developing programs with emergency service organizations to comply with its doctrine and operational scenario.
• Providing disaster reduction and management information solutions in a variety of ways
• Deploying the critical information that can help re-unite dislocated persons
• Collecting vital statistics for public health and disaster management analytics and for key government learning
• Integrating the latest biometric identification technology, mobility, Web services, and adaptable communication solutions
Ruth Skocic, a former nursing home social services practitioner founded My LifePlan® to anticipate, meet, and manage the information needs of the disaster-stricken, emergency personnel, and their communities. My LifePlan® (MLP) provides person-centric emergency management services that can help save lives when every second counts. Whether responding to a mass-casualty school shooting, or a wide-scale natural disaster like the earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan, MLP’s Intelligent Survival Initiatives can help make the difference between life and death, as well as reduce suffering.
“The disaster in Japan once again reminds us of the devastation that can hit without notice,” said Ruith Skocic, CEO, My LifePlan®. “The dire circumstances that the world is now dealing with highlight the urgent need for companies, communities, and countries to be prepared to deal with the unimaginable. At My LifePlan®, the services we provide can help close the emergency information gap here and now.”