Everbridge Crisis Management is integrated with the Critical Event Management (CEM) Platform, providing a single solution for business continuity, disaster recovery and emergency communication. In one application, crisis teams coordinate response activities, team members and resources to accelerate recovery times during unanticipated scenarios.
Communicate with all stakeholders through one integrated platform, so you will never have to worry that your response plans are not getting executed.
How can you prepare for unforeseen weather conditions with Crisis Management?watch demo
Helping employees safely return to the office requires unprecedented planning and monitoring to ensure the safety of all employees, and visitors. Senior management teams need actionable information for well-developed operation plans.download datasheet
One click. Everyone is on alert. Crisis Management allows for one click of one computer key to alert and assemble the entire PostNord team in seconds.read more
Richard Biber, the Director of Business Continuity explains how to align with the business and its mission to optimize crisis management and business continuity, and the importance of operationalizing Everbridge beyond critical events to drive additional value for the company’s employees and customers.
Static response plans can’t account for the unpredictable nature of real-world critical events. Crisis Management provides a common operating picture for all stakeholders, and turns your passive runbooks into active tasks with the flexibility to add tasks on-the-fly when unanticipated scenarios arise.
Keeping distributed teams and responders in the field coordinated and on task in the middle of a crisis often requires significant manual effort that can slow your overall recovery. Crisis Management mobilizes your response plans and allows tasks to be assigned to individuals, groups or a function.
Providing status updates to senior management can take time away from critical response activities. Dedicated event dashboards and situation reports allow senior management to monitor response and recovery progress in real-time without having to disrupt the crisis team.
Crisis Management orchestrates all crisis response activities, teams and resources to accelerate recovery time and minimize the fallout from critical events, while providing real-time visibility to executive stakeholders and responders in the field.
“With this solution, we’re able to get in touch immediately. And that’s important”
PostNord, Niklas Henningsson, Group Risk Manager
Critical events such as severe weather, workplace violence, active assailants, and supply chain disruptions can put people, assets, and operations at risk. Crisis Management helps mitigate the impact of a crisis through automation.
During a critical event, Crisis Management can help organizations be more resilient by finding the location of potentially impacted employees, visitors, offices, manufacturing facilities, and assets. Additionally, organizations need to be able to protect travelers by identifying potential threats in their path and enabling two-way communication while on the road.
Crisis Management proactively assesses potential threats before they become critical events. With the right built-in risk intelligence and data feeds, supported by 24/7 analysts, your organization receives only the most relevant information fed from thousands of datastreams across weather, protest, social media, dark web, and hyper-local safety feeds to curate, filter and categorize risk events. This ensures avoidance of false positives, reduced alert fatigue, and overall faster response.
Automated workflows ensure that even when you and your team are not watching for threats, the system is doing it for you. With Crisis Management, SOPs, communications, and action plans can be automated and orchestrated during a crisis in order to speed up response and ensure the appropriate action is taken for a particular threat.
Track and receive updates on severe weather events that may threaten your people, facilities, and/or assets. Proactively warn and mobilize your teams. Take proper action to ensure the protection of your facilities and assets.
When experts or teams need to be identified and rallied to address the situation, automating communications and ensuring the right people are alerted minimizes the costs of these critical events.
Receive the most up to date information to accurately assess risk levels and send only highly relevant alerts to the proper individuals. Automate security measures across an organization such as locking doors, or guiding employees to safety.
Protect supply chain assets, including routes, suppliers, cross-docks, ports and more. Minimize delays and disruptions, and ensure continuity of operations and enable supply chain resiliency as a competitive advantage.
Improve communications, deliver timely patient-centered care, enhance patient experience, and keep staff safe during a crisis.
Power disruptions are costly and can even be life threatening. Enable proper planning and alerting in the event of outages.
Large crowds have the potential to endanger people and property. Manage a crisis strategy and respond to the threat of civil unrest.
Ensure notification procedures follow government and regulatory compliance in the event of recall situations.
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