Mustering solutions: use cases


Having a robust and user-friendly mustering solution in place can aid organizations ensure the safety of personnel and carry out critical processes during an emergency. These solutions can save lives, increase personnel safety and help organizations gain an understanding of the conditions on site quickly, efficiently and accurately. 


Use cases for muster solutions include:


Mustering at remote locations

With the emergence of handheld and mobile-based mustering solutions, mustering does not have to take place at a site’s assembly point, providing flexibility to carry out mustering at a location that could be safer, more accessible or more convenient for evacuees.


Generating instant digital mustering reports

A mustering report can be generated at the click of a button with no need for printing, filtering, sorting or searching. The report provides the count of people mustered, along with the count, identity and details of people still unaccounted for.  


Real time tracking of personnel

Live personnel tracking provides real time data of people still on the premises. Accurate information is available regarding exactly where in the premises the person located and in what situation. 


Automated mustering

Accounted for and missing staff can be quickly and accurately identified with minimal risk of human error through automated mustering solutions


Ensuring mustering point integrity

With the help of temperature monitoring tags, the integrity and viability of mustering points can be determined, such as in the case of a fire or explosion.


Monitoring critical areas

Access to and occupancy at high security, sensitive areas of the premises can be tracked via remote monitors to determine if the area has been breached by unauthorized entry.


Site evacuation

Adopting scalable wide range of exits makes evacuation quicker, easier and helps to reduce bottlenecks as personnel are do not need to swipe while exiting.


Carrying out rescue operations

With an effective mustering solution in place, rescue operations can be more efficient and effective as first responders know exactly how many people are still on the premises, in what condition and at precisely which location. The rescue team can reach them faster and with any required medical or other equipment.   


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