Guidelines, information and tools to help you be prepared before the next weather event occurs.More
Factors like internal and external communication, ease of use and interoperability can influence the outcome of a school emergency. See real-life examples from schools that know first-hand why these elements can make all the difference.More
Learn what questions you need to ask so you can determine if your mass notification system is equipped for the next emergency.
Learn how colleges and universities can notify their campus communities when an earthquake strikes, as well as what tools are available to stay connected even if there’s a communication outage.
Storms and disasters are causing tremendous amounts of damage, sometimes in just minutes. Issuing timely warnings is critical to keeping employees safe and informed. And employees are seeking assurances their organization will take these necessary steps.
The mental health crisis in the United States has ballooned into a massive problem for many communities. 44 million adults in the U.S. experience mental illness, yet 1 out of 5 of these individuals say they can’t receive the treatment they need.
Nurses often work in highly volatile and unpredictable situations, and experience staggering amounts of physical and verbal abuse in the same setting they care for their patients. As a result, nursing professionals are seeking more assurances their healthcare organization can protect them.
Fast and effective communication during an emergency is critical for saving lives. Yet, the capabilities and limitations of messaging systems can vary drastically from community to community.
You can protect everyone on campus, as well as highlight your commitment to safety and preparedness to your entire community.
Mass notification systems are an integral part of how you communicate and inform your students and faculty. But an important population on your campus may be missing critical notifications.
Businesses are looking for ways to prepare and employ safety measures to protect their employees and their bottom line. And their staff want to know they can reach out to their employers at a moment’s notice to let them know their well-being is at risk.
It can be a daunting task to switch your mass notification system. You’ve put all this time and resources into your current system, but are you getting everything out of it? Is your investment paying off?
This ebook discusses how CIOs can save time and resources through automated data management, increase their budgets by serving more departments, and bolster usage and engagement of these systems through a mobile safety app extension.
A growing number of 9-1-1 calls involve a person with mental or behavioral health conditions, presenting an unfamiliar set of challenges for first responders.
Maintaining continuity of operations every day is important, especially during a public health emergency or a disaster. Download the guide to learn how to manage shift changes.
Hospitals and healthcare facilities are looking for ways to alleviate the strain on nursing professionals and reduce costs and wasted resources on staff shortages. This eBook discusses how these organizations can use technology to fill last-minute callouts, and much more.
Healthcare organizations want their traveling workers to keep them updated about incidents and inform them what actions to take. Learn in this eBook how these organizations can use technology to help their traveling nursing personnel stay connected and be empowered about their personal safety.
Download this guide to find out if you need an organization-wide notification system that will allow you to have two-way communications over multiple channels with all of your employees, wherever they’re located.
An emergency may impact your ability to notify your employees. How do you get your employees’ attention? How can you get your message out? Can you effectively give them the necessary information when the time comes?
A survey of over 300 respondents in various management roles in the healthcare industry reveals their biggest safety concerns and preparedness initiatives.
The average office employee sends and receives up to 200 emails a day, with additional studies reporting that employees spend up to six hours a day reading emails.
This roadmap guides you through the CMS Emergency Preparedness Requirements made mandatory as of November 17, 2017.
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.
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.
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.
Workplace Safety from the Employee PerspectiveThe Workplace Safety and Preparedness survey was completed by more than five hundred employees from various industries across the United States.
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
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.
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-
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.