Noggin Emergency provides all the information and tools needed to manage any incident effectively through its entire lifecycle of mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery. And since the moments when situational awareness is hardest to maintain count, too, Noggin’s emergency management software keeps your whole incident management team, from the emergency manager to untrained field staff, following the same plans, communicating on the same platform, and viewing the same operating picture.
From the start, Noggin Emergency was designed with NIMS/ICS and AIIMS best practices in mind – from standard forms to resource types to infrastructure maps and team structures. Our workflows go that critical last mile to automate key steps.
Simplicity is perfection. Our emergency management system supports user interfaces, simplified to just the tools needed, reducing the cost and need for training. Plans, checklists, and role responsibilities help guide your staff, so you can focus on the bigger picture during an incident.
Noggin Emergency isn't a Frankenstein's monster of plugins and integrations. Reports, tasking, communications, situational awareness, plans, mapping, analytics, and everything else you need are all part of our core platform, tied together intuitively through workflows.
models, forms, charts, templates, and workflows, without a single line of code. Platform capabilities can expand as you need them, even during an incident. Don’t want to go through the trouble? The Noggin Library comes equipped with best-practice templates you can follow out of the box.
Run exercises or respond to incidents including hurricanes/cyclones, floods, fires, earthquakes, hazmat spills, cyberattacks, epidemics, riots, terrorism, transport accidents, and dozens more.
Stand up EOCs at local, regional, state, and national levels. Wrap up multiple related local incidents into a single regional one. Provide interfaces fully tailored to the role and level of the user.
Emergency management is resource management. Create flexible resource assignment structures that can be filled and activated when needed. Noggin makes it easy for staff to quickly request or confirm shifts from their mobile devices.
Work in a digital ‘room’ of your EOC, with dashboards and collaboration spaces provided for emergency teams such as command, operations, planning, and logistics. It’s easy to set up a dashboard with just the tools your team needs.
From generators to fire engines to sandbags, you can represent and track any type of asset in the system, using Noggin’s drag-and-drop designer tools. Sixty-seven NIMS equipment templates are included for free within the Noggin Library.
Create a common operating picture to maintain situational awareness via field personnel updates, GIS feeds, data import, email, and social media. Display it on comprehensive dashboards and incorporate additional tools from across the internet at any time.
As an incident progresses, you can track the latest Community Lifeline status or any other key metrics. Keep an eye on critical infrastructure with dedicated tools such as crowded place and impact assessments.
And we do risk management, too. Support your mitigation activities with Noggin’s risk matrices and critical infrastructure protection tools. Identify at-risk areas and facilities both before and during incidents.
Incorporate Esri ArcGIS, WMS, KML, GeoJSON, or other sources to view asset locations in the context of weather threats and critical infrastructure protection. Update feature layers on your own ArcGIS server with Noggin data.
Help teams quickly find the closest available resources by tracking resource and incident locations. Virtually any system object can be geospatially tagged.
Emergency management isn’t all we do, though. You can depend on the Noggin platform for far more than disaster management. We cover all hazards and incidents – from worker safety, facility security, to business continuity and more. Noggin has solutions that work together seamlessly.
Communicate with staff and volunteers anywhere they use a web browser or Noggin’s iOS and Android apps. Every dashboard on desktop automatically resizes for mobile devices, making all the same tools available on the go to improve coordination and contact management.
Clarify the appropriate duties, education, training, license currency, and equipment for each role using templates. The Noggin Library also includes official NIMS resource types, including 438 positions and 267 teams.
Activate response plans with role responsibilities for 48 different ICS positions, action plans for 12 different roles for each stage of the planning “P”, 12 pandemic response plans, and more. Or design your own – Noggin Emergency will make each step assignable.
Prepare custom sitreps, briefings, objectives, incident action plans, or use built-in Incident Command System forms. Automatic population of fields with default or calculated values reduces error and saves time.
Communicate crucial information easily, whether via email, SMS, voice message, push notifications, or within the app itself. Our emergency notification system software lets you include automated response links for requests for assistance that our workflows will follow up on.
Produce better after-action reviews and disaster grant requests. Thanks to the breadth of tools in the platform, emergency response records aren’t spread across a multitude of independent products.
Ensure that people follow the right process through interactive wizards, approval chains, and information validation. Enforce procedures commensurate to the severity or type of incident.
Implement your procedures as a flowchart that runs in response to a trigger, like a new incident. Drop in workflow nodes to send an SMS, create a new report, or post an update. We specialize in workflow management, so whatever you need to happen, happens instantly.
Free up time for your busy responders by automating incident notifications, task assignment and follow-up, report generation, activity summaries, meeting announcements, or whatever else distracts them from their response objectives.