Preparing Your Organization for the Next Crisis: Pandemics, Earthquakes and More
The threats campuses face are evolving. Whether it’s a violent intruder, or a disruptive outbreak of a disease, campuses need to be flexible so they adapt to changing circumstance and keep everyone safe.
The threats campuses face are evolving. Whether it’s a violent intruder, or a disruptive outbreak of a disease, campuses need to be flexible so they adapt to changing circumstance and keep everyone safe. Being able to adapt means having strong communication plans and tools in place to protect people and keep things running smoothly. In this webinar, attendees will understand how a mass notifications system can be leveraged to prepare for and manage crisis events that put people are risk. The presenters will outline a variety of situations that can impact campus well-being, and how utilizing multiple channels via a mass communication system can reach everyone with the information they need to stay safe and informed during a crisis.
- Understand the situations your campus needs to prepare for to prevent catastrophic disruptions
- Learn how to build a connected ecosystem for safety and communication that keeps everyone informed
- Receive actionable steps to improve the level of emergency preparedness on your campus
Scott Himes – Biola University
Scott Himes currently serves as Director, Network Operations for Biola University in La Mirada, California. His team oversees all voice and data network services for the university’s 95-acre campus, including wired and wireless networks, internet service, phone system, underground cable plant, and datacenter/teledata facilities. Scott and his team act as the data/low-voltage subcontractor on all campus renovation and new construction projects, and work in close partnership with Biola’s Facilities Management division during the design, planning, and building phases to clearly define the technology requirements in order to provide the necessary technology infrastructure.