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Colleges and Universities: Factors to Include in Your Crisis Management Plan

Campuses are vulnerable to a wide variety of events. Attacks and intrusions tend to receive the most media attention, but there are many operational events that colleges and universities need to consider. Responding to them

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Closer Look: How the Canadian Government Uses Emergency Alerting To Protect Citizens

Canada’s new nationwide emergency alert program says it best: “Your phone has the power to save a life.”

In October of 2014, an assailant shot and killed a military corporal near Ottawa’s War Memorial. The

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Here Are The Best Metrics for Emergency Response Management (70+ Metrics)

Understanding emergency response metrics is critical to understanding your effectiveness. If you run a drill without tracking the right data, you may as well have not run the drill at all. But what exactly is

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The Next Generation of Mass Notification Alerts

You could be relying on a vintage mass alert system, without even realizing it.

If you haven’t paid attention to the business of mass communication, you might have missed some important recent changes. With every

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School Safety: Key Elements of a Campus-Specific Crisis Communication Plan

A college or a university’s crisis communication plan is unique. It must outline protocols and responsibilities that reach across the entire campus during an emergency. The audience is diverse, from trustees to undergraduates to state

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6 Questions Healthcare Facilities Should Answer After a Crisis Event

Even if you spend decades building your reputation, the wrong response to a crisis can destroy it within hours. Crisis response is particularly fraught for healthcare facilities, where safety, lives, and public health hang in

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Crisis Prevention and Emergency Preparedness Tips for Government Agencies

The crisis management cycle has several stages. As you plan your crisis management response, you’ll have different steps for before, during, and after a crisis. Each stage presents different challenges. Further, those challenges look very

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How Communications Technology is Improving Patient Outcomes in Hospitals

Patient outcomes allow hospitals and healthcare facilities to measure how well they’re doing.

The World Health Organization defines an outcome as a “change in the health status of an individual, group or population which is

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A 5-Step Safety Manager’s Guide to Protecting Remote Employees

It’s tough enough to provide for the security of your employees in a fixed location. With a workforce that’s dispersed across geographies, teams, and functions, it’s even more challenging. Natural disasters, geopolitical conflict, and public

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How to Update Your Existing Crisis Communication Plan

Does your organization already have a crisis communication plan? In the course of pursuing your weekly to-do list, it can be easy to push aside non-urgent priorities. Crises never feel immediate until they are looming

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