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"The Easy Button for Mass Notification" Webinar with Dr. Carolyn Lightfoot from Lee College

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This webinar,  from our 2012 "Best Practices in Emergency Notification" series, is very timely to share in light of recent conversations regarding one-click unified mass notifications.   A decade ago, we introduced one-click multimodal mass communications to the world, and continue to innovate to bring new capabilities to make it easier to reach people via every possible mechanism.

 

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Expert Q&A, Emergency Planning & Preparation, Automating Emergency Notifications

Crisis Communication Planning: Use proper training to avoid human error

David Wade

There were a pair of incidents last week where schools sent erroneous messages through their emergency notification system (ENS).

 

One was a system test that sent an inadvertent bomb threat message resulting in a locked down Colorado High School, and another had parents frantic with worry over unintentional voice calls indicating their children were missing.

 

 

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Emergency Planning & Preparation

Crisis Communication Planning: Establish Regular Communication with your ENS Vendor

David Wade

I recently attended a webinar where one of the invited speakers had an all-too-common issue that many organizations face; a change in their leadership team affecting their crisis communication process. He had attributed the issue as a technical one, but we’ll see that this case is one where some pre-planning would save the day.

 

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Emergency Planning & Preparation

Who issues your emergency notices?

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When an emergency strikes, response times are extremely important, which is why you need to make sure you have the right people approved to issue an emergency notice.

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Emergency Communications & Notifications, ENS Implementation & Management, Emergency Planning & Preparation

One emergency, plenty of responses

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While it may seem that a single emergency only has one appropriate response, this is simply not the case. By being able to understand the different variables that affect a single event, you can be sure you're prepared for anything.

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Emergency Communications & Notifications, Emergency Planning & Preparation

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