Emergencies can happen everywhere – from the manufacturing floor to the campus quad. It’s so important to have a reliable and robust mass notification solution to provide you and your people effective and reliable communication before, during, and after an emergency.
In this constantly evolving world of technology and mass notification, there are always updates and enhancements to reach more people in better ways, which ensures the protection of your organization and the safety of your people. What’s the best way to stay up to date with the enhancements of your mass notification system? Scheduling calls with your MNS account manager is a great way to stay in the know. That is sometimes easier said than done when you’re busy.
Alerting via phone and email just isn’t enough when there’s an emergency you need to inform everyone. You need to use every avenue of communication you can to ensure you reach everyone within your organization - regardless of whether they’re on the property or not. Social media can be an important means of communication for organizations before, during, and after an emergency.
Emergencies can happen anywhere and at any time. Organizations work hard to prepare, plan, and test for emergency scenarios well in advance of one happening. This preparation ensures that when an emergency situation does occur, your emergency notification and response teams are ready to take on the task at hand - getting everyone to safety.
Proper disaster and crisis preparedness is about much more than giving your organization and emergency officials the tools they need. To be truly effective at preventing and responding to a crisis situation, all organizations must create emergency protocols, procedures, and notifications and work to explain them consistently and carefully to their constituents. Additionally, officials must be sure that they have the right crisis communications systems in place to facilitate automatic communication to help, employers, school administrators, and other decision-makers share crucial information with the larger community about the unfolding event.
Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas continues to provides their students, staff, and facility with immediate communications for any emergency that may occur at Tarleton State using Omnilert’s e2Campus. Their emergency notification system, known as Code Purple, is used to send different types of alerts through multiple devices for emergencies ranging from inclement weather to intruders on campus.