This year, we hosted our annual Rave Summit virtually. Critical communications and safety professionals across all industries came together to share innovative strategies for keeping their communities, campuses and employees safe and informed during one of the most turbulent years in decades.
Designed for new clients, prospects, partners and long-time customers alike, Rave Summit attendees had direct access to industry professionals who shared trend forecasts, best practices and interactive breakout sessions that empowered and educated.
Healthcare facilities were impacted the worst during the pandemic. Their work does not go unacknowledged. Across the country, many in the healthcare industry faced numerous struggles over the past year and a half due to the Coronavirus. Rave Summit hosted numerous healthcare industry leaders and attendees were able to hear about how their peers are managing during this unprecedented time.
Some of our most popular corporate sessions included:
Using the Tools of Lean Six Sigma for Emergent Mass Communications During a Pandemic
At the start of the pandemic, Cayuga Health System recognized an urgent need to find a way to better inform all staff of emergent situations. After vetting a number of possible solutions to meet this need, they implemented Rave Alert. Join Kobie Brooks, Cayuga Health’s Emergency Preparedness Manager, to hear how the team used principles of Lean Six Sigma in the implementation to open progressive lines of communication and strengthen the organization’s resilience to an ever-changing crisis while also obtaining buy-in from upper management.
Open with Care: Strategies for a Post-Pandemic World
Just a few short months ago, it felt as though there was a light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, but another surge of cases has schools, businesses and state and local governments evaluating their response to ensure the health and safety of communities. This session featured representatives from a variety of organizations to share how they are handling the latest COVID-19 developments in concert with other stakeholders in their regions.
- Bill Church, Manager, Occupational Health, Safety, Security & Environment Park Planning & Development at Calgary Stampede
- Carey Drayton, Director of Safety and Security Systems and Technology at University of Virginia
- Noah Reiter, MPA, Senior Vice President, Customer Success at Rave Mobile Safety
- Molly Ringo, Director of Maintenance, Safety & Security for Everett Public School District
We cannot wait to share more with you! Check back soon because we will be posting industry-specific session highlights each week. In the meantime, you can watch our showcase highlights to catch up on what you may have missed.