Improving Incident Outcomes With Modern Emergency Communication Tools
It’s not easy to secure huge campuses, multiple buildings, and hundreds of employees and visitors. Emergency communications can be a complicated challenge for organizations with a large geographic footprint and a steady flow of people coming in and out of their facilities.
David Markley, Director of Operations at Grace Covenant Church, joins the show to share the tools and strategies he uses to effectively communicate with his employees, volunteers, and congregation during emergency situations.
- The benefits of maintaining a “defense mindset”
- The importance of disseminating critical information quickly and accurately
- How two-way communication improves incident outcomes
- Why organizations should not wait to implement a modern emergency communication solution
Contact David at DavidM@Grace360.org.
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