Ensuring the entire campus community is included in the OSU crisis communication plan has reduced our reputational risk and instilled a heightened sense security with visitors, future students and parents.
The goal of delivering a Dispatchable Location with every emergency call won’t be met until we have corresponding indoor mapping improvements.
Rave Mobile Safety announced today that it has recently won four prestigious industry awards for its excellence in innovative lifesaving technology.
Emergency Notification Systems Evaluation: Review the 6 areas outside of strict technical criteria that can make or break your emergency notification system efforts including process, training, data hygiene, support, local network capacity, and over-communication.
Warwick schools see demonstration of new Panic Button phone app to improve school safety. All staff members in the city’s schools can now download the Panic Button from Rave Mobile Safety on their phones. When they open it, they can press one of five buttons: “active shooter”, “fire”, “medical”, “police” or “911 other”.
School safety technology report highlighting active shooter and other school violence and how modern technology can help, such as the Rave Panic Button app.
Rave announces key milestones in the last year that enabled customers to use its revolutionary safety technology to prepare better, act faster & save lives.
An attack on the Ohio State University campus took place last month and left many shocked and disheartened by the event. “Mostly I’m just saddened by the attack on the Ohio State campus” Assistant Professor of History Dr. Stephen Pierce said. “It’s sad to see a student who feels so disenfranchised and so marginalized on […]
To enhance its campus security posture, Tulane is using tools from Rave Mobile Safety, a firm that provides communications software designed to improve emergency preparedness and faster response to security situations.
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