As the coronavirus pandemic swept the country, Seaboard Foods found a way to proactively share critical health and safety information with employees.
University of South Florida Keeps More Than 66,000 Community Members Safe During Severe Weather Through Rave Alert
South Florida weather can be deadly. Hurricanes and tornadoes generally strike between June–November, while major thunderstorms and lightning occur from the spring to the fall.
For a 48-hour period throughout Superstorm Sandy, the Stony Brook Medicine hospital experienced a campus-wide network outage. Several emergency issues transpired, including a gunpoint robbery, and essential hospital staff needed to be communicated with.
In the City of Seattle, Washington, Rave Alert isn’t just used to notify the community about events or emergencies that may impact them. It’s also used to communicate internally among teams.
In August 2009 the New Jersey Judiciary implemented Rave Alert from Rave Mobile Safety. With no technical support necessary, the hosted system was up in running days after contracting.
Middlesex Health was searching for ways to improve the safety of nurses who travel offsite to deliver at-home care.
The Michigan State University Federal Credit Union (MSUFCU) recognized the need for an employee emergency notification system for emergencies and Rave Alert was there to help.
The division of a large multi-national consumer goods manufacturer selected Rave Alert to improve their ability to rapidly communicate information.
When this manufacturing facility adopted the Rave platform, the location’s environmental health and safety manager found that the solution instantly enhanced the company’s critical communication capabilities.
Fluor upgraded WebEOC and integrated Rave Alert and ESRI mapping to create an updated, automated, efficient system that was easy to use and simplified information input and sharing.