With the help of a local integrator, Iowa Western Community College was able to bring together its access control, video surveillance and emergency notification solutions.
The new guidance covers emergency notification requirements for the essential employees and small number of students who remain on college campuses.
With school safety at stake, choosing the right emergency management system is critical.
The agency also says school closings due to COVID-19 and children’s increased online presence pose an increased risk for child exploitation.
These scenario-based notifications, provided by an attorney, include sample messaging for if someone in your campus community tests positive for the virus.
Virtual GSOCs and EOCs can be leveraged to address gaps in the protection of all types of organizations in the event of a partial or full shutdown.
Everbridge’s cricial event management software will be used to power COMMalert, the state’s emergency alerting program.
Videoconferencing can help your campus cut costs and survive during these uncertain times.
Organizations that leverage mass notifications can take advantage of a number of benefits that will help keep students and staff informed about ongoing COVID-19 developments, expectations and when campus operations will return to normal.
Here’s how one district managed campus security during a closure. Many of these lessons apply to the COVID-19 outbreak.