The Future of Emergency Management

Date: December 11th, 2018 Time: 2 PM ET/11 AM PT Autonomous cars. Proliferation of connected devices. Enhanced computing power. Changing weather patterns. The changing technological landscape has big implications for the practice of emergency management, including threat monitoring, communications, evacuations, and resource planning. We’ve gathered 3 visionaries to predict how emergency management will evolve in […]

Why Every EOC Leader Needs to Read the 2018 NIMS Update

In an effort to strengthen the resource management section of the National Incident Management System (or NIMS), FEMA updated the universal emergency management document for the first time since 2009. If you are unfamiliar, NIMS was initially created as a “nationwide approach to enable stakeholders to work together to manage all threats and hazards, regardless of […]

The Network Effect: What Is It, How Does It Improve Emergency Management?

You may have heard the term “network effect” thrown around the emergency management community before, but what exactly is it? And how does it relate to keeping communities safe and informed during critical incidents that pose a danger to life and property? The network effect is defined as the “positive effect that an additional user of […]

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Public Officials Utilize Everbridge for Major Incident Management

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Federal Employee Safety: New Strategies to Fulfill Duty of Care

Date: October 30th, 2018 Time: 2 PM ET/11 AM PT Each Federal agency has specific challenges in regard to employee safety. The Department of Defense has to protect employees in 17,000 off-base facilities. Customs and Border Protection has lone employees working in remote areas. Department of State employees travel internationally to areas of potential instability. […]

The Network Effect: Your Secret Weapon In Improving Situational Intelligence And Emergency Response

Date: October 23, 2018 Time: 2 PM ET Learn how to take advantage of the network effect: a paradigm of inter-organizational information sharing that can greatly increase your situational intelligence during an emergency. This webinar will discuss: What is the Network Effect Network Effect best practices and automation Network Effect success stories The Everbridge Network […]

Staying Ahead of the Storm: Winter Weather Forecast & Preparedness Case Study

Date: November 11th, 2018 Time: 2 PM ET/11 AM PT When it comes to severe weather, fast and accurate information saves lives. How can you quickly turn weather data into weather action? Attend Staying Ahead of the Storm: Winter Weather Forecast & Preparedness Case Study for an informative look at severe weather safety for the upcoming season: […]

Coordinate, Integrate, and Respond: A NIMS Discussion

The field of Incident Management is constantly evolving. New threats emerge. Technology changes. New strategies develop. The National Incident Management System (NIMS), being the national framework, evolves to reflect these new realties so that all incident personnel –from those on the front line to those in the front office–have the guidance, tools, and experience they […]

Severe Weather Preparedness: New Solutions to A Growing Problem

A look at last some of the major severe weather incidents from last year show that no location in the United States was immune. In 2017: The worst drought in decades affected the Northern Plains states. 66” of snow was dropped on Eerie PA in 2 days, potentially a record. A record-breaking flood event impacted […]