Mass Notification Webinar Now Available On Demand
LOS ANGELES – “Making Sense of Mass Notification Policies” is a free Webinar sponsored by Amerilert/e2Campus, IML Corp. and Metis Secure, that covers how campuses can combine the appropriate emergency alert technologies with the right policies so that a university, school or hospital can get the most out of its mass notification technology investment. Featuring university and hospital mass notification practitioners from around the nation, this Webinar teaches attendees how to:
- Integrate multiple technologies so that your messages will be disseminated quickly
- Craft appropriate text messages (including text-to-speech and audible message best practices)
- Determine when to send out an emergency message
- Differentiate between weather and crime warnings
- Communicate with hospital staff, visitors and patients
- And much more!
Moderated by Robin Gray, executive editor of Campus Safety Magazine, the panel of speakers includes:
- Bob Armstrong, Director, Emergency Management & Fire Prevention, Ohio State University
- Dave Bujak, Emergency Management Coordinator, Florida State University
- David Burns, Director, UCLA Emergency Management Office
- John Hauser, Safety Manager, University of Nebraska Medical Center
- Supplemental Q&A from “Making Sense of Mass Notification Policies”
- Your Mass Notification Cheat Sheet
- Incorporating Mass Notification Into New Fire Alarm Systems
- Ensuring Emergency Messages Get Delivered at Carnegie Mellon
- Sound Advice: How to Design Campus Loudspeaker Systems
- Timely Warning vs. Emergency Notification: What’s the Big Difference?
- 9 Ways to Optimize Your Mass Notification Systems
- Solutions to Your Common Mass Notification Problems
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Campus Safety magazine is another great resource for public safety, security and emergency management professionals. It covers all aspects of campus safety, including access control, video surveillance, mass notification and security staff practices. Whether you work in K-12, higher ed, a hospital or corporation, Campus Safety magazine is here to help you do your job better!