Watch this video to learn how effective communication enables agencies to share data both internally and externally, provide real-time information to first responders, and allocate proper resources to those in need during a crisis.More
This video highlights how Rave’s very own VP of Human Resources Amy Kruglak shares important information with employees, provides mental health and wellness resources,and fosters an environment where employees feel safe and connected.
Watch this video to learn what to look for in a critical communications platform and how it can help your agency improve response efforts during your coronavirus recovery efforts.
Explore how Rave Mobile Safety’s critical communication and data solution can play an integral role in your coronavirus recovery efforts.
Explore how Rave Mobile Safety’s critical communication and data solution can play an integral role in helping your organization safely return to the workplace amidst COVID-19.
Learn what to look for in a critical communications platform and how it can help enhance recovery efforts in your community.
Watch this video to learn how effective communication enables agencies to share data both internally and externally, provide real-time information to first responders, and allocate proper resources to those in need during a crisis.
Learn how Smart911 can help communities during COVID-19 crisis.
Discover how you can leverage technology to enhance your Coronavirus or COVID-19 response plans.
We're to help. We have made several enhancements to our products to help you respond better during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Discover how many emergency managers say workplace violence is a major safety concern, how often healthcare organizations are running workplace violence drills, and other alarming statistics in this 90-second video.
How does the growing mental health problem impact communities, and what can they do to address it? Watch this video to learn more, including simple strategies for improved mental health awareness.
Eight seconds is the average attention span of the new crop of college students, known as Generation Z. Colleges and universities like yours have implemented mass notification systems and other measures to keep your students safe on and off campus.
Check out their recommendations, so you’ll be able to save time, money and resources to focus on other projects and responsibilities you need to.
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.
It’s the responsibility of businesses to protect and communicate with their employees during emergencies.
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.
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.
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.
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.
FSU Guardian is a new service that allows you to rapidly provide information about yourself to the FSUPD during an emergency.