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Mass Notification Systems for Manufacturing & Distribution Centers

Manufacturers have some of the most stringent worker safety standards of any industry. The government regulations are rigorous, including those under the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Given the inherent risks and dangers within manufacturing facilities – from electrical to chemical to nuclear – safety managers must have a crisis communication solution and company mass notification system that is purpose-built to save lives and prevent injuries.

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Critical Insights, Emergency Planning & Preparation, Automating Emergency Notifications, ENS Implementation & Management

Juliet Hulse

Venue Safety - Delivering Emergency Notifications Across All Available Channels

No matter a venue’s purpose or location, there are bound to be all sorts of emergency incidents that occur. Whether that be weather-related events, active intruders, medical emergencies, or even the presence of dangerous animals. It is the responsibility of the organization to keep their constituents informed of emergencies and provide guidance as to the actions to be taken in the case of an emergency. This responsibility is synonymous to having fire alarms in your building, the display of exit plans, and the accompanying drills.

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Emergency Communications & Notifications, Emergency Planning & Preparation, Automating Emergency Notifications

Juliet Hulse

Preparing Your Business for Severe Winter Weather

For most of us, when we hear severe winter weather we imagine sheets of white snow covering the roads — potentially allowing us to work from home or have the day off from work and school. Heavy snow is what many of us fear most when we think of winter weather. It can cause delays - or even cancellations - in our day to day lives. Although snowstorms can be brutal, organizations typically react as proactively as possible to prepare the roads, sidewalks, and parking lots with salt — and have the snow plows and shovels ready.

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Emergency Communications & Notifications, Emergency Planning & Preparation

Juliet Hulse

Best Practices for Testing Your Emergency Notification System

When was the last time you exercised your mass notification system? Six months ago? A year? Since no two organizations are exactly the same, it’s up to you to discover the best interval for testing your emergency notification system (ENS). Taking a look at how other organizations test their systems; however, can be quite helpful when making decisions regarding your emergency response.

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ENS Implementation & Management, Emergency Planning & Preparation

Juliet Hulse

Emergency Preparation – A Life Lesson Learned from Sports

It is said that there are many life lessons that can be learned by playing sports.  Persistence, attitude, teamwork, accountability, patience, and fun all top the list.  Having the privilege of being a youth football and baseball coach over the past decade has provided me with the opportunity to help the next generation experience successes and failures.  These triumphs and struggles, of course, act as a platform for said life lessons – but not just for the young athletes…

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Emergency Communications & Notifications, Emergency Planning & Preparation

Frank McCathran

The Best Ways to Reach Your People in an Emergency

When an emergency happens how do you reach your people?

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Automating Emergency Notifications, Emergency Communications & Notifications, Emergency Planning & Preparation

Juliet Hulse

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