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Aegis Bleu, LLC is the provider of the most comprehensive, accurate, and actionable physical infrastructure self assessment software tool available.
Safety & Vulnerability Management
More than just safety assessment tools, our apps are a vulnerability management solution. At a glance see your most common vulnerabilities with drill down capabilities to identify trends and mitigate deficiencies in real time.
Mobile Site Surveys
Our patent-pending assessment software instantly records safety deficiencies while you walk your facility. One or multiple people can walk a facility simultaneously saving time and speeding access to generate reporting and corrective action.
Corrective Action Plan
Track improvements made to resolve deficiencies with integrated Corrective Action Plans.
Get an organization wide dashboard view and compare your facilities by geographic region, type of facility, or down to a specific facility. Provide executives with management metrics while simultaneously providing facilities managers and security managers with a consolidated view of what’s most important.
Record deficiencies with photos as you walk your facility.
Photos are automatically entered into the Corrective Action Plan allowing for quick reference and remediation of deficiencies. Photograph documentation has improved vulnerability remediation by over 200%.
Facilities may conduct assessments and synchronize data for analysis and management by multiple individuals across your organization.
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- 26 June, 2014Do you remember how tedious it was to perform a security assessment with a pad of paper, a pencil, and a digital camera? I do!!! It was a daunting task, where I found you spent more time completing the assessment rather then helping to improve the system. I performed a security assessment of a intercity hospital about 10 years ago now. To conduct an interview, perform a site survey, write a report with pictures, and provide recommendations took over then 50 hours. I believe the report was about 20 pages. A few years later I performed the same physical security assessment with our product from Aegis Bleu called Vulnerability Assessment Security Survey Tool (VASST). The assessment only took 6 hours which included an online interview, a site survey with an iPad where I was able to take pictures while walking the site, and then it generated a 91 page report that included all deficiencies, recommendations, pictures and content. Not to mention that analytic capabilities. Compare multiple sites, compare a site year-to-year, schedule assessments or improvements or many other metrics. Why just finish with a report when you can manage a sites improvements, assessments, and assignments? VASST is more then a vulnerability assessment, it is a management tool. Overall time savings was 90% with a much more detailed report. I will never go back to paper and pencil. If an inspector can use a tablet to do a home inspection why can't security professionals use mobile devices to complete physical security assessments. Let's use the tools we have an our arsenal to improve the process.
- 15 April, 2014Aegis Bleu is working to develop a new tool to conform to the Aug 2013 Risk Management Process ISC for Federal Buildings. In the next 60 days, VASST for Federal Buildings will be available for purchase so any Federal Agency that must meet the three or five year assessment criterion. Federal agencies will be able to determine their Security Level and complete an assessment of the 80 security criterion. With VASST, you are able to use any type of electronic mobile device to complete a site survey of your facility, generate a report automatically, track deficiencies and improvements, and analyze metrics. This process will reduce the assessment and reporting time by days and hours. For a demo of VASST please contact Daniel R. Young, MBA, MS at email@example.com or feel free to sign up for a 30 day trial on our website at www.aegisbleu.com.
- 05 December, 2013Aegis Bleu launched Avert, a Healthcare Safety Assessment, in November 2012 to assist healthcare facilities in completing their safety assessment rounds. Joint Commission and American Osteopathic Association (AOA) require healthcare facilities that are certified, to perform environment of care assessments bi-annually or annually depending on the facility. (more...)