In a multi-occupancy site, tenants and other stakeholders look up to property managers for guidance and leadership, especially during incidents and emergencies. What are the factors to consider when developing and executing your emergency communication plans? Learn more.
When you need to reach hundreds or hundreds of thousands of recipients, which device, or a combination of devices, should you select? Find out how device technology may help or hinder, the success of your campaign and how to choose the right device every time. Learn more.
Start by reading what's important to your peers. ERMS and the Disaster Resource Guide conducted a survey to try to find out what's important in an EMNS and the findings were very interesting. Learn more.
When it comes to gathering intelligence, the United States government has a lot of power, thanks in part to the Patriot Act. If your organization is not US-owned, and your EMNS provider is, you may be putting the privacy of your data at risk. Read True North Privacy and decide for yourself. Learn more.
First responders such as Police, Fire, and EMS combined with volunteer Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT) need effective emergency response systems to ensure the chain of command is followed, and operating units understand their role in emergency response—so that their efforts are coordinated and not competing. Learn more.
This white paper provides examples and suggestions for effective communication and promotion of your emergency notification service to your stakeholders. By following the easy-to-implement steps, your stakeholder response and data accuracy will greatly improve. Learn more.
Communication technology is evolving rapidly today. How a message is sent influences how it is received…and perceived. It has also never been more relevant than in the field of Emergency Communications and Management, where merely employing a communications technology doesn’t mean a message is delivered or understood. Learn more.