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    In Case of Emergency

      Emergency Page Overview

      The Emergency Page within the app serves as a critical tool designed to address unforeseen emergencies at a job site. In case of an injury or other emergency, the Emergency Page can be used to send an alert or message to the entire team or to find the closest ER or Urgent Care.

      Navigating to the Emergency Page

      To navigate to the Emergency section from any page, click the hamburger menu at the top left of the screen. The Emergency Page can be navigated to from any screen.
      You can also click the red "H" button located on the project dashboard to navigate to the emergency page.
      Select "Emergency" from the bottom of the sidebar navigation.

      Notifying the Team of an Emergency

      In the event of an injury, accident, or any other urgent situation, users can utilize the Emergency Page to quickly send out an alert or message to the entire team by clicking the "Notify Team" button above the map.
      Once "Notify Team" is clicked, a modal will pop up with options to Send Alert, Cancel, or Send Message. Click the "Send Alert" button to send a generic "Emergency" message or enter a message in the text field and press "Sent Message" to relay a custom message to the entire team. The message received will read that there is an emergency on a specified job on a date and time similar to this: [[Able to notify team (Note: "Send Alert" appears like this in an email: EMERGENCY! Alert received from Kristin Hinz at Kristin fed job 12/08/2022 10:43 AM]]

      Find the Closest ER or Urgent Care

      The app's integrated map feature is an invaluable asset during emergencies. It allows users to pinpoint their current location and view nearby medical facilities, such as Emergency Rooms (ER) or Urgent Care centers, on the map.
      Once you decide what type of care is needed, you can click on the corresponding facility to provide you with directions.
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