Ensure E911 Compliance
No more 9
Kari’s Law, which was enacted in February of 2020, requires that all multi-line telephone systems remove the requirement to dial 9 for an outside line when calling 911, making it easier to reach emergency services.
Detailed Location Information
Ray BAUM’s Act, in conjunction with Kari’s Law, obligates multi-location telephone systems to deliver more detailed dispatchable location information to the PSAP when an emergency call is made. Any 911 call now will need to include location information down to the room the call was made from.
Both Kari’s Law and Ray BAUM’s Act require that notifications be sent to dedicated, on-site personnel or third-party providers so that aid can be rendered prior to emergency personnel’s arrival on-site.
MIX Networks Helps You Comply
With Kari’s Law and Ray BAUM’s Act
MIX Networks Helps You Comply With Kari’s Law and Ray BAUM’s Act
Direct access to outbound E911 services on the MIX platform have never required a preceding digit to access a “line”, but moving forward, all on-premise MLTS solutions must be compliant with these regulations.
New features have been rolled out to further protect your customers
and meet compliance with these new laws:
New features have been rolled out to further protect your customers and meet compliance with these new laws:
- Third Party Notifications - Once a E911 call is initiated through, a 911 call notification can be sent to an email address. One or more email addresses can be added to the email distribution. (SMS Notification is coming May, 2020)
- E911 Call Bridging - Once a E911 call is initiated, we can initiate a three-way between the E911 dialer, PSAP, and designated third party.