According to this year’s Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey, nearly three in four survey respondents didn’t have challenges with their mass notification solutions, and only 3% said they experienced many pandemic-related problems with their systems.
Multi-modal mass notifications help organizations reach people located on campus and beyond the building by simultaneously delivering alerts to disparate systems.
‘Enhancing Safety and Communication in K-12 Schools: A 12-Month Guide,’ provides a detailed outline of the entire school year to advise on leading practices and steps you can take to make sure everyone is informed about emergencies.
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With many students and employees studying or working from home, alert systems help campus leaders share vital information.
Computer pop-up messaging allows this Northern California hospital to send targeted emergency alerts to specific groups at specific locations, as well as reach staff members in remote buildings.
Most likely, non-emergency communications equipment and traditional mass notification systems are already in place at your institution. With some adjustments, these, combined with newly installed solutions, might be able to provide much of the coverage your institution needs during a disaster.
Here’s a breakdown of some of the pros and cons of the more commonly used emergency alert systems. Deploying multiple modes will help to ensure the strengths of one solution compensate for the weaknesses of others. Also, be certain to account for the hearing and sight impaired.