IT Emergency Preparedness, Crisis360

The IT Emergency Preparedness Team will host an opportunity to learn UCSF's new, emergency management mobile app, Crisis360 (, through a brief presentation from the UCSF Police Department (PD) on September 24 from 2 – 2:30 PM in the MCB 126 conference room. Coffee, tea and cookies will be provided.
In a time of crisis, Crisis360 will:

  • Serve as the UCSF First Responder app for up-to-date crisis information
  • Enable floor wardens and UCSF Disaster Volunteers to provide the UCSF Emergency Operations Center with need-to-know information
  • Alert critical IT infrastructure statuses for accurate and effective customer service
  • Empower you to contribute, real-time updates

To view a short video on how Crisis360 works, click here:
Emergency Preparedness Specialist Herbert Cole of the UCSF Police Department Homeland Security Emergency Management Division will provide a quick, 15-minute demonstration.
Information Technology Services hosts this Coffee Break as part of a series of events designed to help IT staff and the IT organization prepare for an emergency.
Event Details: IT employees may attend in person at the Mission Center Building
When: Tuesday, September 24, 2013 from 2 – 2:30 PM
Where: Mission Center Building, Conference Room 126
How: Please RSVP to this event by contacting [email protected]