Sadara Chemical Company has deployed AtHoc’s Networked Crisis Communication solution to protect chemical complex in Jubail Industrial City, Saudi Arabia.
The AtHoc system securely delivers physical and cyber security alerts to all personnel through a fully integrated crisis communications system.
According to AtHoc, it has helped the Sadara Security Operations Center to send critical alerts instantaneously via IPTV, networked PC desktop pop-up alerts, push-to-talk radios, SMS text messaging, email and to other communications assets throughout the complex.
Additionally, Sadara can now reach and account for personnel and visitors across a vast geographic area in the event of threats like severe weather hazards, man-made or cyber related.
Sadara has also worked with Wipro to evaluate various crisis communication solutions and selected AtHoc.
Before selecting AtHoc, Sadara evaluated history of customer success and noticed Eastman Chemical, Marathon Petroleum, Phillips66, Chevron Nigeria, United States Steel/POSCO are using AtHoc.
The chemical company said AtHoc is the secure crisis communications system and ensures the protection of personally identifiable information (PII).
This apart, AtHoc gives Sadara a platform that treats every person and communications device as a valuable asset belonging to an IoT-based safety network.
“We are honored by the trust Sadara has placed in AtHoc to support its rigorous cyber, environmental, health and safety standards,” said Andy Anderson, AtHoc vice president of International Business Development based in the United Arab Emirates.