About half of today's workers will be working remotely by 2020. Is your organization prepared to handle the safety needs of a lone worker?More
Join NENA Past-President Rob McMullen as he discusses what he learned over the year as he traveled to various 9-1-1 centers and agencies across the United States. Find out what he sees are the biggest trends in 9-1-1 including the future of Next Generation 911.More
Campus safety personnel are looking for new ways to engage with their student communities, such as interacting with them on a personal level and holding self-defense classes. But there’s still a challenge in engaging with these students and campus safety officers.More
The Denver 9-1-1 team shares how they’re using technology to solve one of the biggest challenges in emergency response: finding mobile 9-1-1 callers.More
This best practices guide will help you establish a robust online vulnerable needs database.More
Rave Panic Button, a mobile application, enhances emergency response by communicating details of an onsite crisis to faculty, staff, and security resource officers, while simultaneously notifying 911 officials.More
Communicate and Protect your Citizens with State and Local Alert SMS Opt-in.More
How a Multi-National Consumer Goods Manufacturer is Improving Communications Speed and Corporate ResiliencyIn 2015, the corporation recognized several critical issues that caused significant inconveniences for their employees and imMore
Staffing is the single greatest expense the healthcare industry faces, taking up almost 50%-60% of operating costs.
Safety is a top concern for healthcare employees and they believe their employers make it a priority. Though healthcare employees mostly feel safe at work, there’s a disconnect about how they’re informed and their knowledge of certain emergency plans.
Rave Eyewitness for K-12 schools brings affordable text messaging based crime tips to schools across the country. Its reporting tool allows school administrators to establish a record of an incident to be used in incident management and after-action procedures.
As the expectations and needs of communities continue to grow, state and local governments are expected to do more with less. Communities can rely on Rave’s scalable platform to send internal and external mass notifications and receive critical real-time incident information.
Join NENA Past-President Rob McMullen as he discusses what he learned over the year as he traveled to various 9-1-1 centers and agencies across the United States. Find out what he sees are the biggest trends in 9-1-1 including the future of Next Generation 911.
Technology is essential for reaching out to communities on college and university campuses, and one channel that would be effective is a mobile safety app. There is a lot to consider though when choosing the right app, so here are 10 questions to ask your campus app vendor beforehand.
Higher education institutions are spending millions of dollars annually to ensure that their students, faculty, and personnel are safe on and off campus. See why investing in the mobile safety app Rave Guardian can further your safety efforts with Rave Alert.
Campus safety personnel are looking for new ways to engage with their student communities, such as interacting with them on a personal level and holding self-defense classes. But there’s still a challenge in engaging with these students and campus safety officers.
The Denver 9-1-1 team shares how they’re using technology to solve one of the biggest challenges in emergency response: finding mobile 9-1-1 callers.
Delayed, inaccurate, or unreliable mobile location data is a problem for every 9-1-1 center today. Rave is proud to partner with RapidSOS to bring life-saving Apple device location data to 9-1-1 call takers and first responders.
Today, colleges and universities are sending mass notifications to their campus communities when imminent dangers strike, but as a recent survey shows, they aren't leveraging these systems to communicate with their students, faculty, staff and visitors during everyday activities.
This best practices guide will help you establish a robust online vulnerable needs database.
Since deploying Rave 911 Suite in January of 2017, Newberry County 9-1-1 call takers use the Rave 911 Suite tools on over 15% of calls. Facing an increase of 9-1-1 mobile calls that provide limited information, Newberry County Sheriff’s Office added the Rave 911 Suite to improve the data associated.
Rave CEO Todd Piett is joined by Don Aviv (Interfor International) and Juliette Kayyem (Zemcar) for a webinar discussing results from a recent survey, revealing four key findings on workplace safety and preparedness fro
How software as a service can aid in the process of collecting, sharing and using data effectivelyTo respond effectively during a disaster, it’s first vital to understand the demographics of residents and visitors.
There is no more powerful tool for business than communication.
Innovative PSAPs across the nation are tapping into using SMS text messages to resolve abandoned calls.
It’s the responsibility of businesses to protect and communicate with their employees during emergencies.
Fluor Reduced Required Alert Send Steps by 67% by Moving from Everbridge to Rave Alert Fluor, a long time user of WebEOC for incident management and day-to-day operations, needed emergency notification integration with WebEOC
Leveraging Employee Emergency Notifications at Michigan State University Federal Credit UnionThe Michigan State University Federal Credit Union (MSUFCU) recognized the need for an employee emergency notification system for emergenc
Orange County, VA recently unified its community engagement strategy by enhancing its Rave platform with Rave Alert mass notification.
During this webinar, Keith Carpenter, Senior Security Manager, GE Appliances, a Haier Company, shows how he used Rave Alert to connect with widely dispersed employees impacted by hurricanes Irma and Harvey.
“Alerts are only as effective as the number of people in your database.
When Bay County Central Dispatch mass alerts volume exceeded one million messages annually, they decided to upgrade their emergency notification system.
Not Just “Part of the Job”Healthcare makes up just 9 percent of the overall U.S. workforce—but experiences nearly as many violent injuries as all other industries combined. And the rate of violence is rising.
Stony Brook Medicine, a 603-bed facility with over 6,000 employees, leveraged Rave Alert during Superstorm Sandy to communicate with hospital staff during the 30-hour campus-wide network outage.
How a Multi-National Consumer Goods Manufacturer is Improving Communications Speed and Corporate ResiliencyIn 2015, the corporation recognized several critical issues that caused significant inconveniences for their employees and im
The Ultimate Emergency Notification Systems EvaluationWe conducted a full Emergency Notification Systems evaluation to ensure your campus safety is receiving far more than just “good enough” when
How Sending 911 Text Messages through the Rave 911 Suite is the Solution to Saving More Lives and Money in Ottawa County, MI.
Campus Sexual Violence is a major topic of conversation nationwide with some reports highlighting lack of institutional response.
Simplified Internal and External Incident Communication with the Rave Alert Extension Through WebEOCThe Rave Alert Extension for WebEOC provides seamless integration between WebEOC and Rave Alert.
Award-Winning Hospital Selects Rave Alert, Replacing Existing Mass Notification System with for Faster, Easier Emergency CommunicationsLike all hospitals, Carle Foundation Hospital operates on a 24/7 schedule.
Effective Communications Made Easy by Rave Alert for Business and EnterpriseBacked by industry leading security, availability, and customer support, the Rave Alert mass notification system for effective business communications quickly
The national Insurance Services Office (ISO) assessed the City of Dubuque’s risk of fire damage and emergency response and preparedness over the summer of 2015.
A survey of hundreds of Student Government Association members from colleges and universities across the country demonstrated how college students perceive safety on campus from who they would call in an emergency to the safety measures t
Tracy Clark, a dispatcher for the Grove City, OH Police Department who has two sons with autism. Tracy has been trained to keep people safe but is always concerned about the safety of her twin boys with Autism.
Visit www.Smart911Facility.com to provide public safety with facility information such as floor plans, buildings, fire and utility information, and more.
Nashville Emergency Communications Center (NECC) is a consolidated center providing all call taking and dispatch services for Law Enforcement, Fire and EMS in Nashville and Davidson County (TN).
New Jersey Courts Leverage AlertNew Jersey Courts Leverage Rave Alert when Superstorm Sandy comes through. Judiciary systems are challenged by the shear logistics of coordinating schedules that are constantly in flux.
Technology has changed the way we communicate. We can now send notifications faster, through more channels, and to targeted audiences. Technology’s advancements have also changed the public’s expectations.
This infographic highlights the importance of indoor location; how obtaining an accurate location for an emergency incident is critical to a fast and effective response.
Seattle, Washington, in need of an enhanced alert for citywide emergency notification system and internal department alerts and communication, selected Rave Alert after an exhaustive comparative vendor review.
As hurricane season approaches, Hurricane Preparedness Week focuses our attention on what we can be doing to improve our community’s readiness and avoid the disaster of Mass Evacuation.
In this webinar, find out how additional data is improving public safety, having a positive impact on citizens, 9-1-1, Police, and first responders — and how it all fits easily into your existing operations.
On November 6, Dan Hoffman called 9-1-1 for help but wasn’t able to speak. It was unknown to dispatchers at the time, but Dan’s house was on fire and he was overcome with smoke.
In this Rave Guardian Mobile Safety App webinar, discover why over 100 colleges and universities across the US have chosen to use Guardian.
Following the 2013 Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Amendments to the Clery Act (also know as the Campus SaVE Act), campuses have tried to navigate competing advice and guidance to understand the new requirements.
Chief Duane Phillips, Director of the Metro Nashville Emergency Communication Center, welcomes NENA National Conference attendees to Nashville. Invites everyone to sign up for Smart911 while visiting.
Technology and social demands are the changing role of 9-1-1. From a wide range of data sources providing information, to improved 9-1-1 to first responder communication the role of 9-1-1 is changing.
In this 45 Minute Webinar Presentation, Alachua County Public Safety Expert, Keith Godwin, Teams Up with Rave Mobile Safety to Demonstrate the Process of Enhancing Community Safety with Smart911.
Moderated by managing partner Dr.
Director of Emergency Management at Ohio State University, Bob Armstrong, discusses a recent bank robbery that took place on campus property.
Scott Ruf talks about how he selected Smart911 and what impact it has on his community.
During the Boston Bombing social media played a large role in the communication strategy of local colleges’ Emergency Managers. Listen as BC, UMASS Boston and Suffolk University Emergency Managers discuss its impact.
Download the Webinar Rave Mobile Safety and Margolis Healy partnered in a forum for three Boston campuses to share their experience of the Marathon Bombing, lockdown & aftermath,and campus crisis communication.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s strategy of whole community preparedness has been in the emergency management lexicon for a couple of years.
While technology and communications around weather threats has never been more sophisticated, the risk of message oversaturation also increases, which can cause a slingshot effect where the community starts to tune out critical, potentially life-
Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) provides a flexible and sophisticated means to deliver content and instructions for notification distribution.
FSU Guardian is a new service that allows you to rapidly provide information about yourself to the FSUPD during an emergency.
Rave Mobile Safety is the most trusted software partner for campus and public safety.
Picture this scenario: One afternoon in a quiet campus lab a crisis erupts when containers of an abrasive chemical begin leaking. The toxic fumes create an environmental hazard requiring an immediate evacuation and lockdown.