“It was a little bit chaotic and stressful, as you can imagine, watching your building engulfed in flames with part of it burning to the ground.”
An Emergency Action Plan (EAP) is a written document that elucidates the actions of employees and employers in the event of a workplace emergency. A well developed EAP, when used in conjunction with effective employee training, can help to reduce the likelihood and severity of damage caused during such emergencies.
June 1 is approaching quickly. Not only does mean we’ve reached the middle of the year, but it marks the official start of Hurricane Season. Many people living on the coast spend at least some of their springtime preparations making sure they are prepared for these potentially damaging storms.
Two days after yet another tragic mall incident, authorities still report they had no idea what led Darion Marcus Aguilar, a 19 year-old male, to violently kill two people and then himself at The Mall in Columbia. There also seemed to be ongoing concern over the fact his plan appeared so simple that it only required a backpack and cab fare.
Emergency notification systems can play a key role in the event of a crisis, where there is no scope for human error. Having an effective emergency response system in place can help reduce the magnitude of damage caused during a crisis to a significant extent. It is important for such a system to be easy to use and manage, and equipped with smart automation features. With industry-leading organizations relying on emergency notification systems to spread messages across to a wide audience, such systems are becoming the need of the hour for businesses the world over.
Emergencies can be confusing, but your Mass Notification System doesn’t have to be.
When your Emergency Alert Notification System absolutely, positively has to alert everyone on-time!