Anyone! We're continuing to expand HazAdapt's inclusive features to ensure it is accessible to everyone.
The HazAdapt Hazard Guide and Emergency Assistant will always be a free resource for everyone.
The information in the HazAdapt Hazard Guide has been carefully cultivated by emergency experts and sourced from professionals in the field, and other accredited sources of information. Sources include the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Public Health Service Emergency Medical Dispatch National Standard and The Red Cross, and the information is formatted to be digestible and easy to understand.
Absolutely! We are always looking to improve our products and tools to ensure they meet the needs of our communities and emergency authorities. To request a hazard or feature be added to HazAdapt or Hazard Guide, go to www.hazadapt.com/feedback.
Safe data is a key part of your safety, so we take extensive steps to ensure your data is secure on our system. We only collect your data on an as-needed basis with your permission. We do not collect facial recognition data, nor do we utilize always-on location tracking.Learn More
Nope! HazAdapt is a privately-owned startup, and our products are built for the community and the agencies that serve them. There is no government backdoor into HazAdapt, and HazAdapt is not government-owned or funded.