Global warming is a legitimate threat, and some analysts estimate by 2050, severe weather and climate-related events could displace 1.2 billion people across the globe, putting communities and the businesses they support at risk. As global climate change leads to more severe weather conditions, it will continue to threaten more individuals and the environments where they live. Building resilience against natural hazards and climate threats is paramount.
Severe weather such as hurricanes, floods, tornados, and other weather-related events 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.
Climate events can impact your employees, infrastructure, brand, and operations; developing business resiliency during these potentially harmful events is imperative. This kit outlines how to assess and mitigate the impact a severe weather event can have on your organization and employees.
Are you prepared to assess threats before they arise, and effectively communicate with your employees during a severe weather event?
When severe weather strikes, communication between emergency managers, emergency responders, search and rescue teams, and the general population can be the key to life or death.
Download this tip sheet to learn communication best practices to help keep people safe.
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
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.
James Green, Business Continuity Program Manager, PSCU
Scott MacKissock, Emergency Manager, Morrison County
Shari Minato, Vice President and Business Continuity Manager, First Hawaiian Bank
Learn from Everbridge CTO, Imad Mouline, how Everbridge Critical Event Management can help protect your people and assets.
Climate change is an operational risk for Security Risk Managers (SRM). Investors and stakeholders are driving organizations to strategize and manage material risks arising from climate change. Security and risk management leaders must be involved or accept that they will not have the resources to manage this operational risk.
HealthEquity utilizes Everbridge before, during and after severe weather storms to communicate with team members to ensure the safety of their people, handle operations and to communicate decisions.read more
The city deployed Everbridge to power the “Lewisville Citizen Alert” system and use it for emergencies, such as severe weather, and also public service announcements.read more
Northbrook, IL deployed Everbridge to power their notify system to distribute communications to residents and employees on their preferred devices.read more
Extreme weather impacts employees and community. With Everbridge, organizations and governments can execute preparedness plans.read more
Wildfire preparedness is essential for enterprise response plans. As wildfire risk increases, businesses must invest in wildfire resilience.read more
Governments and enterprises invest in climate change resilience and early warning to respond effectively and improve disaster risk reduction.read more