SafeTFirst Corporation is focused on providing personal safety services to help protect people from harm and the loss of their rights to be safe.
Personal safety influences our sense of well being and our willingness to help others. Fearful people suppress these natural instincts.
Helping people to be safe frees them to reach out to help others as an expression of their humanity.
As safety services are adopted, neighborhood by neighborhood the world will be a better safer place.
Strategies for Free Services: –
1. Effective; 2. Easy to use; 3. Free for personal emergency use; 4. Support for and from the Philanthropic Community;
Status: The app is published on Android phones and tablets (2.3 and greater), available on a laptop/desktop browser, and soon on iOS.
SafeTChecker is effective, easy to use, and free for Personal use.
The remaining task is to reach the like-minded communities of people already working to make the world a better place. Please tell any of these people that you know, that we can help.
Plans plus Technology make it happen
The Plan: 1. Build a Safety Network and keep key people informed 2. Especially about schedule changes, and 3. Be pro-active about avoiding risk. 4. If there is a threat of harm, call for help early.
In short - your job is to build your Safety Network and share information.
We help you with both.
The Technology is based on group IM Conferencing support for efficient communications, and when needed, crowd sourcing designed to bring help to your side quickly.
Groups organize your contact lists by all the places you go – home, work, school, clubs, organizations, and out to eat and play.
Build your contact list by adding new contacts every place you go. You are safer the minute you start adding contacts – so add your first round of names and then add more and more contacts each day. When you have several people at each place you go, and more for bigger places, you are all the more likely to have a fast response.
Adding people: family where you live, add neighborhood people too, add people at associations, management teams, maintenance people, and security guards and stations. At school add admin, faculty, security, friends, and more. Also add work, shopping, errands, gym, clubs, sports, and all the places you play. A family might have a hundred or more contacts – one or more people at everyplace they spend time or visit. Add a few every day.
When you need help a touch of a button will send an alert to those people close by to let them know you need help. The alert shows them that you are close by; showing them where you and they are located on a map.
When you receive a call for Rescue you know the person in need is close by, making it is easy for you to stand up, find them, and to ask if s/he is OK.
Give PERSONAL MOBILE SAFETY to everyone you care about.
Help keep them
safer and better prepared to handle safety issues.
– start today.
About Me: After college I joined the Air Force. This was a powerful learning experience that provided skills and discipline that have served me well.
I left the Air Force in 1972 and turned to business programming, manufacturing systems, and then to IT management roles with Fortune 500 companies.
The Idea World
My first start up bumped into the oil embargo in ‘73-4. I went back to working IT roles until 1980 when I got back into start ups. I have never looked back.
Start ups are hard work but offer the wide range of responsibilities that make every day an exciting opportunity to learn, solve problems, and advance new ideas.
I have test marketed ideas, founded and co-founded companies, and worked for great founders, for well over a dozen companies, maybe two dozen. I have been consulting, mentoring, jump-starting sales, marketing, and training executive teams. I have been honored to work with extraordinary people: Accellengent (technology marketing with Rune Nilssen in SF), Advance Planning Solutions (business planning and decision support solutions with Marshall Miller, Chuck Teller, in SF), Astral Remote LLC (surveillance technology integration market analysis with Greg Free, Herman Fischer in SF, LA and SD), ANAtech Corporation founders (document capture (raster to vector hardware) and management software, built but not commercialized, Denver), Apollo Computer (workstations, early field management with legendary founder Dr. Dave Nelson), BARTA (pro bono consulting and mentoring for hundreds of early stage start ups with Dr. Glass in Oakland), Cadre Technologies founders (graphical modeling tools early field management in LA), International Business Accelerator (start up incubator and business accelerator, SF), Mark V Systems (software engineering modeling environments with Herman Fischer and Greg Free), Portal Authority (consumer internet appliances with founder John Cencioso in Phoenix), Staffschedule.com (ASP for staff scheduling market consulting assistant to founder Carl Kelley in SF), Savoy Web Engines (peer to peer technology for monitoring and managing large collections of devices, Dr. Dave Nelson), and Stanford Management Group (meta data management warehouse and integration mapping toolset marketing consulting assistant to founder Mihir Shaw), and a half dozen of my own companies not listed. My BS is from the University of Wisconsin and I attended the University of Utah’s International MBA program.