SMBs face unique challenges when it comes to employee safety and wellness. The right tools can help you tackle them head-on.
To face challenges successfully — and to prioritize the safety and wellbeing of employees — organizations must have the proper emergency management processes in place.
“Duty of care” doesn’t just apply to lawsuits. It’s a responsibility that corporate employers share, too. Learn about duty of care in this blog.
Public safety needs are constantly changing. Emergency personnel are expected to keep up but need better resources to do so.
Manufacturing facilities face unique communication and safety challenges. Learn how one tool can help employers meet those challenges.
A thriving healthcare workplace begins with creating a safer environment. Learn how to improve workplace safety in your healthcare institution.
Cyberattacks against state and local government agencies and departments are increasingly common and becoming more sophisticated and severe. Learn how communication can help.
Federal agencies require a communication tool that works in emergencies and non-urgent matters. Learn why Rave is the answer in this blog.
Last month, the U.S. Department of Treasury released the final rules for states, counties, and municipalities to use to spend their funds awarded through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).
Companies must foster resiliency and create a continuity plan that protects employees and operations. But what’s the difference between continuity and resiliency?