The Peer Responder application provides a modern, electronic solution for emergency service departments to record and track their individual peer programs. It also includes functionality to simplify a range of peer program management aspects, from providing de-identified statistics and data visualisation to tracking organisational members’ leave.


User defined security permissions determine the view and access allowed to the components of the software. These permissions can be changed as required, allowing for organisational flexibility.

This management solution encompasses multiple levels of access, with users allocated to differing degrees of access based on their position. This allows clients to restrict different groups of employees to only see and submit their own reports, reports for themselves and their team, or have administrative powers over the application.

Peer Responder permits anonymity to the member being reported on. De-identified Data is information from a record which has been stripped of all ‘direct identifiers’- eliminating all details that could be used to determine the person in question and ensuring the anonymity of contributing users.

This anonymity assurance is an essential part of establishing trust with users. Members of society who want to seek help after an incident or event rarely wish to have their details recorded, and often stray from seeking help because of this matter. Peer Responder provides the confidentiality that your employees need, whilst still allowing you to pull and view de-identified statistics, highlighting trends and patterns within your organisation, allowing you to recognize areas of concern withing your organisation.

Peer Responder provides a comprehensive solution to the acquisition, management, and security of your employee’s sensitive data. For both employees and employers, managing well-being is both easy and accessible.


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