Severe weather such as this put millions in harm’s way every year. Often, preparedness on the part of responders, government agencies, healthcare organizations, and private companies can mean the difference between life and death.
Download this paper to ensure you’ve optimized your settings, workflows, and templates for hurricane preparedness.read more
Download this paper to ensure you’ve optimized your settings, workflows, and templates for wildfires preparedness.read more
This webinar will address common challenges that our clients have struggled with when preparing for various forms of dangerous weather.watch webinar
“With SMART Weather, certain weather events will trigger an all-employee communication immediately, cutting delivery time down to sixty seconds or less. In life safety, this is a huge time savings.” – James Green, Business Continuity Program Manager, PSCU
“If we’ve got severe weather, and if we need to notify people about missing children,vulnerable adults, or if we’ve got something happening where we have to shelter-inplace,we’ll use Everbridge. Whenever we deem that an emergency might happen, if we have to use it, we’ll use it.” – Scott MacKissock, Emergency Manager, Morrison County
“When there is a severe weather warning or a tsunami, we activate our command center and our Emergency Management Team is ready to take action. Message alerts are sent out through Everbridge – we use mobile phone, text, email, and home and business phones.” – Shari Minato, Vice President and Business Continuity Manager, First Hawaiian Bank
Everbridge provides emergency response coordinators with best practices as they deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the upcoming Hurricane Irma, and other severe weather events.
Learn from Everbridge CTO, Imad Mouline, how Everbridge Critical Event Management can help protect your people and assets.