Emergency Management Webinars


New Approaches to Mass Notification

July 17, 2010 |

About This Event

Date: Thursday, June 17, 2010
Time: 11:00 pm PT - 2:00 pm ET
Duration: 60 minutes

 

 

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You Will Learn about the following issues:

  • Warning the public of a danger is the most basic requirement of emergency management organizations. Not only do officials want to provide timely, informative alerts and warnings to citizens, it’s becoming a service the public expects.
     
  • Warning systems vary and there’s a nearly endless list of possibilities. Learn about the different categories of warning systems to help determine what will best fit your organization’s needs.
     
  • Information from surveys on factors to consider when using warning systems.
     
  • The Great Recession has brought increased hurdles to funding government projects and services. This Webinar will address new approaches to funding mass notification systems in tough budget years.
     
  • Looking at other organizations’ successful implementations is a good way to learn about best practices. We’ll examine two city success stories in implementing a mass notification system.


Featured Speakers:

Eric Holdeman
Columnist and Blogger
Former Director, King County
Office of Emergency Management

Kit Marshall
Mayor and Emergency
Management Director
City of Aledo, TX

Stephen D. Trask
Deputy Chief of Police
Emergency Management Director
Framingham, MA

Dan Petersen
Sales and Marketing
Blackboard Connect



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