We all know that “on-the-scene” visual intelligence is the only way to accurately assess the severity of a situation and that proper preparation and evasive action can mitigate the risk associated with escalating events like severe weather and criminal acts. The mystery is how to get critical “situational intelligence” that is accurate and timely. Watch [...]
Join us for this complimentary webinar, Staffing for Critical Events: How AlliedBarton Keeps Their Clients Safe, and learn how AlliedBarton overcomes staffing challenges to protect the life and property of its clients. Daniel Sundberg, director of AlliedBarton’s National Accounts Program Development, will explain how the company:
- Ensures the availability of staff during emergencies
- Instantly communicates needs to thousands of employees across the country
- Protects clients
Hurricane Sandy was one of the most destructive storms in the history of the United States, causing over $25 billion in damages and lost revenue. The Hurricane also uncovered severe emergency communications deficiencies at many organizations and local governments.
Robert Chandler, Ph.D. of the University of Central Florida recently presented his thoughts on the 5 social media crisis communications to avoid. His goal was to bring greater understanding to how modern social media is used and how a business can make it work for then, and not against. Where social media fits in the [...]
Join crisis communications expert Dr. Robert Chandler, author of the book Emergency Notification, and Imad Mouline, Chief Strategy Officer, Everbridge, to learn more about how social media is changing incident management and what that means for your crisis response plan.
When was the last time you updated your crisis communication plan or considered the effectiveness of your incident management strategy? Watch Everbridge crisis communication experts, Francis Willett, director of professional services and Bill Scerra, learning officer and worldwide best practices, as they discuss best practices and key elements of a comprehensive crisis communication plan. View [...]
Are you overloaded by too much information from more sources via more media than you could ever sort through? Do you find it impossible to sift through every message to uncover what’s truly critical? Learn how to manage information overload – before it manages you. Don’t let your incident notifications get lost in the clutter. [...]
Do you know where your people are during a fire? When there is a power outage, are you able to notify your staff immediately? Is your staff prepared when an incident occurs? Get the knowledge you need from the experience and lessons learned by your peers. Discover the real life and proven-effective best practices The [...]
Are technical considerations, the role of mobile devices, the need for reporting and analytics and the ability to scale your communications making selecting an emergency notification system an overwhelming experience? Join crisis communication expert, Dr. Robert Chandler, director of the Nicholson School of Communications, University of Central Florida, and Imad Mouline, technologist and chief strategy [...]
What are the four components of an effective incident notification message? How about the DA 4 – 3 & 30 – 60 & 6 rule? If not, then it is possible that your recipients are not sure what you are trying to say when reading your messages. Are you concerned about planning your messages, when [...]