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The answer to this question is “mass engagement.” People find themselves in varying situations during an emergency, which require specific instructions to best guide each individual to safety. Similarly, those individuals can provide intelligence as ...
Empowers Small Safety Teams to Have Rich, Targeted Interaction with Large Groups of People
Gun violence on public property has been weighing heavily on law enforcement officials and capitol police officers, especially after the recent riots and with the upcoming presidential inauguration. There are renewed calls to action on social media ...
Outranks Competition in Product Capabilities and Customer Support
Gerard Braud, CSP, Fellow IEC is an international coach, trainer, author and professional speaker, who is widely regarded as an expert in crisis communications and media issues. For 15 years, he worked in print, radio and television as a front line ...

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The Clery Act in a Virtual World

We recently teamed up with the safety experts at Margolis Healy to present “Clery Act Compliance: ...
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Lessons from Active Shooter Situations in Pop Culture

  Popular depictions of school shootings have become more frequent as campuses have seen an ...
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Facing the Storm: Preparing for Severe Weather on Campus

Omnilert recently partnered with Campus Safety Magazine on the webinar, “Severe Weather ...
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Campus Safety: Lessons from Columbine and Active Shooter Situations

We recently partnered with Campus Safety Magazine on a webinar entitled, “Post-Columbine: Top ...
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