Protect Your Employees

Don’t wait for a dangerous, tragic event to happen before giving your employees the tools they need to protect themselves. Everyone needs to be in control of their safety and security at work. ePanic Button is a computer based panic button and incident notification system that rapidly sends alerts and messages to PCs and mobile devices so employees get the help they need – fast.


Situations for ePanic Button

  • Front desk receptionist with angry customer or visitor
  • Faculty member with upset student
  • Professional service provider with threatening client
  • Customer service representative with irate customer
  • Human resources manager with upset employee or job applicant
  • Social service worker with challenging client
  • Healthcare provider or staff with troubled patient or family member
  • Government employee with agitated constituent
  • Church staff with distraught visitor or member

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Incident Notification System That Is Broad and Fast

  • One click rapidly sends desktop alerts to PCs, SMS text and email messages to mobile devices and PCs
  • Designed for early stage, low level incidents that do not require complex mass notification or emergency notification systems

Ideal for Low Level, Early Stage Incidents

Unlike complex mass notification systems that alert groups of people after a major security incident is identified, ePanic Button enables employees to be pro-active:

  • Identify incidents when they first begin to prevent them from escalating
  • Take control of the situation early on
  • Request support or security for low level to high level incidents
  • Receive the appropriate level of response from the right people

 More Flexible Than Hard-Wired Panic Buttons

  • Completely customizable
  • Rapidly distributes alerts that say what you want them to say and identify the sender’s name, phone number and location
  • Distributes SMS text and email messages to mobile devices
  • Desktop alert receivers confirm receipt to let the sender know the alert was read