Safety Act Certified

Safety Act Certified

The Department of Homeland Security has approved Mutualink for protection under the Support Anti-terrorism by Fostering Effective Technologies Act.

The SAFETY Act provides important legal liability protections for providers of Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technologies – whether they are products or services. The goal of the Act is to encourage the development and deployment of effective anti-terrorism products and services by providing liability protections.

In October 2015, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) designated Mutualink technology under the Support Anti-terrorism by Fostering Effective Technologies Act. DHS further awarded Mutualink its highest level of protection as a Safety Act certified technology. Both the designation and certification expire on October 31, 2020. Mutualink is the only multimedia interoperable communications product certified under the SAFETY Act and included on the Approved Products List for Homeland Security.

Mutualink’s Certification is the highest level of protection available under the SAFETY Act and requires an extensive and rigorous product review process involving product quality assurance, operational effectiveness and product capability and reliability verification, among other criteria. Customers using Mutualink’s certified technology now have protection under the SAFETY Act from lawsuits or claims arising from acts of terrorism. Look for the red seal to ensure the highest level of certification.

The Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technology (QUATT) designation means that our customers benefit from protection against the threat of liability for claims arising from designated acts of terrorism.

“We worked very hard to achieve SAFETY Act certification from DHS, and we are extremely proud to be the only multimedia interoperable communications solution of its kind to receive this certification,” said Mark Hatten, Mutualink’s CEO. “This will give our customers continued confidence and assurance that our technology is not only effective but can be deployed without risks of incurring costly litigation or liability in the aftermath of a terror event.”

To learn more, visit www.safetyact.gov