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Accessible Hazard Alert System

What Is

Accessible Hazard Alert System


Deaf Link AHAS™ provides Emergency Mangers with the capability to send accessible emergency information to persons who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Blind. Deaf/Blind or literacy challenged before, during and after a disaster.

AHAS™ sends accessible alerts to internet and video-capable devices such as computers, tablets, cell phones, and wireless Braille readers. Deaf Link is sole source for the AHAS™ program.

How Does AHAS™ Work?

AHAS™ Alerts are created in American Sign Language (ASL) video (broadcast ready), English voice and text formatted to work with web-connected Braille readers. An optional Spanish voice and text translation capability is also available.

AHAS™ operates 24/7/365. The AHAS™ system is a proprietary, sole-source technology developed by Deaf Link.  

AHAS™ helps you do what no other notification system can, “include the whole community”.

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AHAS™ Specifications

AHAS™ alerts are formatted to be accessible in:

  • American Sign Language (ASL) video
  • English voice and Text
  • Braille reader compatible
  • Optional Spanish language alerts in voice and text

AHAS™ alerts can be received on:

  • Cell Phones
  • Tablets
  • Computers
  • Braille Compatible Devices

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