Definitive Guide to Pandemic Communications
What You Need to Know About Pandemic Communications
"Communication expertise has become as essential to outbreak control as epidemiological training and laboratory analysis." - World Health Organization (WHO)With the pandemic spread of COVID-19, also referred to as the coronavirus, schools and organizations are in need of an instant and reliable means of mass communication for emergency notifications, as well as maintaining continuity of operations.
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- The Definitive Guide to Pandemic Communications provides comprehensive step-by-step information to help you plan, execute, and improve upon your emergency response during difficult times, such as the COVID-19 global health crisis. Fill out this form to download your exclusive copy of the guide (including bonus content) to print and peruse offline.
Pandemic Communications Best Practices
The government and the World Health Organization (WHO) are working to communicate the measures we should be taking to contain the coronavirus, but schools and organizations must also take these steps. Now is the time to proactively prepare for this rapidly spreading pandemic. Proper preparation will minimize the disruption of business operations to the greatest extent possible.
Perhaps, one of the most important steps your organization can take is to develop a Pandemic Communications Plan. Do you have a plan in place to communicate with employees and customers in such a situation? Have you automated the notifications to ensure they go to the right people at the right time?
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Pandemic Communications Templates
Regardless of planning, there is still an element of surprise when something unexpected happens. With that said, emergency preparedness can ensure quick and reliable execution when the time comes.
Communication is critical to keeping your people safe and minimizing the negative impact. Make sure critical messages are already in the queue. Draft pandemic communications templates as part of your planning process to initiate a quick response and limit errors.
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Pandemic Communications and Small Businesses
During the pandemic, small businesses and organizations need a way to deliver important, time-sensitive messages to ensure their people have the latest updates on the ongoing situation. With so many people remote and widely dispersed, they are in need of an instant and reliable means of mass communication, as well as a way to maintain continuity of operations.
Omnilert is offering its Notify SE product at no cost to small businesses and organizations throughout the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic. It includes one administrative account for one-way communication to subscribers through text message, email, and Twitter.
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Pandemic Communications for Higher Education
Colleges and universities play a key role in protecting the safety and security of students, faculty, staff, and their families. Conveying the right information at the right time can expedite response times.
The uncertainty of when the pandemic will end and the extent of its impact has made communication even more challenging. While the majority of higher education institutions have developed a pandemic communications plan, the coronavirus crisis is not over and improvements can be made in preparation for the future.
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Pandemic Communications and the Clery Act
The COVID-19 pandemic has created unique circumstances, especially for higher education institutions. There have been questions around how to ensure compliance with the Clery Act. The US Department of Education recently released updated guidance in accordance with this national emergency.
Adhering to the updated guidance will promote campus safety during this ongoing threat. Even though most colleges and universities have now made classes virtual, many essential employees and some students remain on campus.
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