One New Hampshire day school expands its emergency notification capabilities to boost school safety.
Jamie Underwood of Alertus writes an article on NFPA 72, detailing how colleges should review the Fire Alarm & Signaling Code and apply technologies accordingly.
In the event of an emergency, it’s important to be able to reach all members of your school community. One way to do this is to take a layered approach to emergency notification using a variety of tools and technologies. Read on to see 8 options for mass notification in schools.
Physical security information management (PSIM) and facial recognition technology will soon rely on social media to help improve safety and security.
Analysis of current mass notification trends and how two-way listing, analog-to-digital and other factors will impact the future of MNEC.
Emergency notification expert Jamie Underwood covers 4 key tips when picking a notification system for your college, including integration, notification coverage, alerting and notifying, and code compliance
Digital signage is an important tool for crisis management. Here are four ways that you can use your displays to prevent and respond to an emergency.
University emergency managers explain why there is no cookie-cutter solution for deploying mass notification/emergency communications on campus.
With In Case of Crisis, Kimray can securely share institutional-specific emergency procedures, safety guidelines and business continuity plans with employees, including step-by-step actions to take in cases of fire, inclement weather, work-related accidents and schedule changes, among other possible situations.
When the Anna Local Schools found themselves faced with a bomb threat, having a mass messaging system was key to calming fears and reigning in help from the student body to try to catch the offender.