Location-based alerts then use that data to determine the recipients of said alerts. For example, if a wildfire breaks out near your office building, you may get an emergency weather alert because you fall within a specific radius of the event.
Safety & Protection
Alyssa’s Law requires schools to consider the use of silent panic alarm systems when conducting review and development of their school safety plans.
Creating an emergency communication plan can prepare your organization to respond to the unexpected. An emergency communication plan can minimize impact to people’s health and safety, and also help your team recover more quickly.
Summit kicks off with product training so that attendees can better understand the various Rave technology offerings and capabilities at their disposal.
Community policing takes the sole responsibility of community safety from just law enforcement and places it into the hands of community members who know their neighborhoods better than anyone else. The aim is to improve not only the safety but the happiness of the community.
After years of efforts from mental health advocates, the official launch of the nation’s mental health hotline, 988, is set to launch on July 16th.
Effectively Managing Active Shooter Incidents and Other Significant Events Requires a Holistic Approach with End-to-End Solutions
Recently, a Texas investigative committee released their preliminary report on the Uvalde, Texas school shooting that left 21 dead in May.
The pandemic has emphasized the importance of strong crisis management skills, including clear and accessible crisis communications, by organizations that provide essential services.
Mass communication software provides local government officials and emergency responders with resources to save lives during hurricanes.
This blog will dive deeper into how a tabletop exercise works, the pros and cons, how to plan a tabletop exercise, and how to successfully conduct one with your organization.