We’ve all experienced hurricanes in our lives. However, in recent decades hurricanes are increasing in frequency and severity. There are major risks associated with severe hurricanes, including storm surges and tides, heavy rainfall and inland
Changing technologies, environmental regulations, and information sources are complicating the way that oil and gas professionals communicate. In case of an emergency, communications tend to break down. That’s why it’s important to have a robust
When it comes to emergency preparedness, everyone is reconsidering the rules. From the private sector to the public sector, leadership teams are recognizing the need to prepare for increasingly frequent natural and manmade disasters.
How industry leaders are leveraging innovation in technology to safeguard their infrastructure and personnel.
The oil and gas industry today faces an increasingly challenging landscape. Professionals in this field are seeing emerging technologies, new regulations,
Imagine that an active shooter is on a college campus, holding several people hostage. Escaped individuals are posting tweets and Facebook messages from their smartphones as TV news vans descend upon the scene. News and
Crisis communication knows no borders. Everyone, no matter where in the world they are located, needs the ability to receive essential information through trusted and reliable channels whenever lives
The last full week of August was another bad week for tornados in the North American heartland. Four people were injured in Windsor, Ontario and 15 more in Howard County, Indiana, where as many as
How Data Will Drive Faster, Better, More Appropriate Levels of Response
"One of the key issues that continues to frustrate emergency management operators at transportation hubs is the inability to contact individuals outside the reach