AHM Emergency Software Tools
PREMIS was developed in 2004, PREMIS™ (Proactive Emergency Management
Information System) is a meta-base tool and extensive library focused
on emergency preparedness planning. PREMIS is designed to
accommodate a rich set of knowledge areas. It systematically
stores operational functions, systems and equipment, facility
characteristics, organizational structure, and personnel data. It
organizes and analyzes
the information for operational, security, and emergency management
strategic and tactical plans development processes.
PREMIS provides an efficient operational and management medium to
establish consistent, thorough and high quality planning. PREMIS
helps identify, qualify and quantify jurisdictional processes, facility
and system performance, management risks, and security threats
and vulnerabilities. The General Accounting Office (GAO), Federal
Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Department of Homeland Security
(DHS), and several national laboratories have recognized the value of
true dependency analysis.
powerful data library dramatically strengthens holistic incident planning and
management. The PREMIS software is a tool that extends
contingency planning to include crisis control center planning,
emergency evacuation planning, business continuity planning, risk
management, crisis, and disaster recovery management. It uses an
efficient operational and management infrastructure in support of CAPTURE and CORA to provide
planning, management and operational decision support criteria.
It can be fully customized to provide a fact-based knowledge base that
can be easily upgraded and expanded. With this knowledge base,
the client can prepare a centralized and comprehensive solution to
crisis planning and management, thereby reducing crisis planning time
and improving response time to a crisis. The PREMIS program is
developed to plan for crises in three phases: risk management;
continuity and contingency planning; and exercise or incident management.
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