Kid.io offers an end-to-end safer Emergency Alert System experience. Equip your school and staff with a tool to help them react appropriately when seconds matter most – in an emergency. This tool can be customized to satisfy the specific needs of each school or district.
Alert first responders even if the situation restricts verbal communication. Our Emergency Alert System is 100% digital, which means you’re in control of which devices and contacts receive alerts, minus the loud alarms and dangerous panic.
Know your urgent messages are being received by sending them through multiple channels. When an emergency is reported, the appropriate contacts will automatically receive text messages and phone calls.
Identify the source of an incident in mere seconds with the press of a button. With location services, school personnel and responders can instantly know exactly where assistance is needed.
We’ve consulted with specialists to take the guesswork out of safety; all you have to do is make it your own.
The Kid.io Emergency Alert System comes preloaded with emergency messages that are customizable to suit your school’s needs. Haven’t seen a blizzard warning since the mid 20th century? You might not need that one in your arsenal. Does your school have a frequent bear problem? We have an alert for that. The recipients of these messages are also entirely customizable. Enter a list of phone numbers that you would like notified pre-emergency, and the rest is smooth sailing.
When your school is on the Kid.io platform, we also include literature and checklists to ensure your faculty knows what to do in any emergency situation. You can instantly send checklists with each emergency message so that your staff will know exactly how to respond in a state of panic. Kid.io also partners with industry leaders to provide material directly in our dashboard to educate staff members even before an emergency arises.
The experts back our most powerful emergency alert system, customizable communication, and training resources. So we just went ahead and put them all in one convenient place; sound good?