Welcome to SABER Mobile

Thanks for registering to use SABER Mobile. Getting started with your new FREE app is easy! 

Please take a moment to learn about this software-as-a-service and its overall capabilities so you can maximize its value to your team.

 

See how easy it is to add your business - one or many.  This video quickly takes you through the steps and gets your business added to SABER Mobile.  Then, when something happens that you want to share with governments, it only takes seconds to update your business status and add any needs you have to stay open or get back in business faster.

Watch the 2-minute video (right) for a first intro. >

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Check out the SABER Mobile Users Guide for
step-by-step instructions

In just seven steps the SABER Mobile Users Guide leads you through entering your information and using specific app features to collect and transmit your local operational status/needs to headquarters -- and automatically upload to SABER, where multiple government agencies can access updates 24x7 during a crisis and get you the help you need.

<  Click the image (left) to download Users Guide PDF.

There is even more for you in SABER Mobile Pro

Our premium version includes ALL features of SABER Mobile plus company confidentiality and much, much more
- available for an inexpensive annual subscription.

Learn more >

If you have many locations, use SABER's optional spreadsheet upload to report business status/needs during a crisis

Are you part of a large organization with many business locations?  If so, during a disaster, you might want to have your corporate operations center report on the status and needs of all locations. Empower your centralized team by making them the single source to vet and share status updates with all of the various local, state and federal government agencies via SABER.

 

When an unexpected event or disaster impacts many locations, use the optional SABER Business Status and Needs Spreadsheet Template to

describe your business, its status in an emergency, and any needs you wish to share with governments. You only use it during or immediately after an event.

 

The spreadsheet helps you collect and submit three types of data:

  • Required - basic information about the business type and location.

  • Status - all locations are assumed open until, in an emergency, you update the status to closed or limited and then submit the spreadsheet.

  • Needs - optional information allows you to further describe problems that create your closed or limited status which gives response organizations details to aid their recovery planning

Spreadsheet instructions guide you to create your list of business locations. Then submit those locations to us at info@SABERspace.org to validate the format and return secure access credentials to you. Then, you'll be ready for the next event that impacts multiple business locations.


Submit the spreadsheet as often as you wish​ when any event occurs – large or small. When an event affects your business operations, you simply change the status and cause of the business disruption on the spreadsheet and we provide it back to you. You save the spreadsheet and go to the SABERspace.org website where you enter your access credentials to upload the current  spreadsheet.

Watch the Target operations center use SABER's optional spreadsheet upload method to share operational status changes at multiple store locations in an emergency.

To be clear, we do not ask for, and please do not submit, any confidential information. If you do not want to provide any information in any column, leave it out, as explained in the Terms for Information Sharing Through SABER Mobile. 

 

It is that easy! To get started, if you think you might need it, download the SABER Business Status and Needs Spreadsheet Template,

NACS Emergency Preparedness Job Aids and Training Videos are now available to you 

The National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) has offered to share their Emergency Preparedness Job Aids and Training Videos with the business community. Although these tasks and checklists are designed for convenience store and fuel retailer employees, many of them can be used on the SABER Mobile App by anyone engaged in a retail business to improve performance during disaster planning and recovery. The Job Aids and Training Videos can be used for on-boarding, refresher training, or immediate training when emergency conditions approach. 

 

For information on how to add the Emergency Preparedness Job Aids to your version of SABER Mobile, contact Carolyn Schnare, Director, Strategic Initiatives, NACS, cschnare@convenience.org.