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Emergency Notification is Crucial, Even in a Small Office

Emergency Notification is Crucial, Even in a Small Office

It’s no question that emergency notification is important for large businesses with many employees, but what about small businesses that have fewer than 25 employees? Do they still need an emergency notification system? At first glance, it might seem un-necessary, after all, you could easily shout and tell everyone what’s going on. However, having an […]

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Communicating with Your Tenants During a Crisis

Communicating with Your Tenants During a Crisis

Communicating during a crisis can be challenging for any industry and commercial real estate is no exception. In order to maintain the safety of your tenants, building and the reputation of your company, it’s crucial to ensure that you have a robust crisis communication plan. Credibility and financing are major aspects of commercial real estate […]

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5 Key Components of a Good Emergency Notification System

5 Key Components of a Good Emergency Notification System

With so many companies out there advertising emergency notification systems, how do you determine which system is right for your business? The easiest way to determine whether an emergency notification system is right for your business or not is to simply look for 5 key features of the system: reliability, an all-in-one solution, multiple message […]

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Why the Education Industry Needs More Than Emergency Notification

Why the Education Industry Needs More Than Emergency Notification

Emergency notification is crucial for all industries, especially education. Having the ability to keep students, faculty, staff and parents updated throughout any potential incident is invaluable. However, emergency preparedness is more than messaging and schools and universities need to be taking steps in order to ensure that life safety continues to be their number one priority. […]

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Summary of 2017 Disasters and How to Prepare for Them in the New Year

Summary of 2017 Disasters and How to Prepare for Them in the New Year

Between the hurricanes, wildfires, floods, mass shootings, cybersecurity breaches and terrorist attacks, 2017 shaped up to be a devastating year with many lives lost and extensive property damage. While it’s impossible to prevent these types of incidents, you can prepare not only yourself, but your business for natural disasters, workplace violence and any other type […]

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Tips on Training Your Tenants: Emergency Preparedness 101

Tips on Training Your Tenants: Emergency Preparedness 101

For building owners, one of the most crucial aspects of the job is ensuring the safety of tenants, visitors and property managers. Ensuring your building is compliant with OSHA and other local, state and federal regulations by creating an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) and Life Safety Plans (LSP) that do more than meet minimum requirements […]

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Don’t be Fooled by the Hawaii False Alarm, Emergency Notification is Crucial for Businesses

Don’t be Fooled by the Hawaii False Alarm, Emergency Notification is Crucial for Businesses

On January 13th, Hawaii residents received a big scare when an emergency alert was sent to phones all across the islands stating, “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.” Thankfully, this was chalked up to an accidental button press during a shift change and was a false alarm, […]

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