Is your college ready to face today’s tough emergency scenarios? This interactive free webinar will challenge you with some of the difficult scenarios facing today’s higher education institutions, while also providing strategic recommendations for these challenges.
Students, teachers and staff members must be able to hear and understand emergency messages broadcast on public address systems so they can respond effectively.
Good building design, emergency notification systems and proper policies will help you mitigate your campus’ inclement and extreme weather risks.
By creatively integrating systems you can both improve campus safety and increase your return on investment.
Securable space, communications, threat assessment and management, and common protocol are the foundations of a good school security program.
American Signal Corporation is looking to partner with college and healthcare campuses to improve their mass notification systems.
Higher education campuses across the United States are not fully utilizing their investment in mass notification solutions, according to a study by Rave Mobile Safety.
The Clery Center recommends institutions of higher education take these five steps when they are revisiting or publicizing their timely warning or emergency notification policies.
The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) is projected to be a key market driver for MNS solutions.
The Jan. 13 emergency notification blunder in Hawaii highlights the importance of proper systems, training, policies and procedures on campus.