Emergency Communications: Hearing Your Message Loud and Clear
Join us for a free 1 hour CS webcast on September 27th to learn best practices on effectively communicating to your campus in an emergency.
In an emergency, it’s critical to deliver the right message to the right people at the right time. Equally important, however, is reaching your audience to get your alert noticed and acted upon, which can often be challenging in the modern age of information overload. Join Mass Notification System (MNS) experts to learn how to best reach people in an emergency. The webinar explores how to communicate with clear, concise and redundant messaging, reviews intelligibility, examines system design, evaluates how today’s integrated technologies can help organizations distribute information quickly and accurately, and discusses best practices with real world examples.
Register for the upcoming webinar, Emergency Communications: Hearing Your Message Loud and Clear, to learn from University of Central Florida’s Warn and Communications Coordinator and Eaton’s Product Marketing Manager who will cover the following topics:
- Emergency communications and types of technologies
- Clear and concise messaging
- Communicating in an environment of information overload
- Intelligibility & speaker placement best practices
- Evaluating effective system integration & design
- Mass notification best practices
After the presentation, there will be a 15 minute Q & A.
About Our Guest Speakers:
Warning and Communications Coordinator for the University of Central Florida’s Department of Security and Emergency Management, located in Orlando, Florida. Joseph holds a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a Graduate Certificate in Security Management from the University of Central Florida (UCF).
Post-graduation, Joseph launched his career in Orlando; where he worked as the Assistant Director of Security and Transportation for the Orange County Convention Center. After many successful years at the second largest convention center in the country, Joseph was offered an opportunity to be a founding staff member and the Senior Operations Coordinator for UCF’s College of Medicine. In late 2013, with the expansion of the UCF Emergency Management department, Joseph became the university’s first Warning and Communications Coordinator.
In his current role, Joseph is responsible for indoor and outdoor mass notification systems, emergency notification systems, and emergency communications. Joseph is also factory certified on the installation, programming, and service of Eaton’s Waves and ALERiTY Mass Notification Systems.
Marla Moran Reynoso
Marla Moran Reynoso is the Commercialization & Product Marketing Manager for Eaton, the leading provider in life safety and mass notification solutions for commercial, industrial and military applications. A 15-year veteran in the fire and life-safety market as a technology leader and educator, Reynoso is a talented speaker and has made presentations at key conferences and association meetings. She has written numerous articles and been interviewed as a subject matter expert for such publications as Electrical Contractor, Campus Safety, Security Technology Executive, Commercial Building Products, Security Dealer Magazine (SDM), Security Dealer & Integrator, and Security Sales & Integration.
With more than 25 years of marketing experience, Reynoso is responsible for commercialization of new product introductions and increasing Eaton’s market share. She has been employed by Eaton for 15 years where she has held several positions, including marketing communications manager, vertical market manager, global commercialization leader, and product marketing manager. Currently Reynoso is responsible for all aspects of marketing including product development, market research, and marketing communications.
Prior to Eaton, Reynoso was the marketing and sales director for The Colony Beach & Tennis Resort, public relations manager for Cunard cruise lines, marketing manager for Celebrity Cruises, and marketing specialist for Harris Corporation.
Reynoso graduated with a Master of Business Administration from Saint Leo University and Bachelor of Science from the University of Florida.