Category: Crisis Communications

Graphic of a person in a doctors uniform using a tablet
July 10, 2019 by Amanda Cupp

A crisis communication plan ensures employees and other key stakeholders receive timely information for their safety. Mass notification technology has...

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Photo of a wildfire in a field with a free at night
June 25, 2019 by Elizabeth Turick

More than 4.5 million American households are at “high or extreme risk from wildfire,” says the Leavitt Group, an insurance brokerage...

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Graphic image of a map of Earth with a technology style overlay
June 24, 2019 by Amanda Cupp

The first-ever PwC’s Global Crisis Survey was released this year with insights into over 4,000 crises that occurred at 2,000...

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Photo of two palm trees blowing in hurricane force winds.
May 21, 2019 by Amanda Cupp

According to hurricane research scientists at Colorado State University, the 2019 hurricane season is set to be slightly above average...

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Photo of a stack of newspapers
March 6, 2019 by Elizabeth Turick

Information travels more quickly than ever. If a disaster occurs in your community, you will need to work quickly and...

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A man in a business suit with his hands around a circle of paper cutout people holding hands
February 25, 2019 by Amanda Cupp

Weather phenomenon isn’t the only concern when considering an emergency plan. OSHA defines workplace emergencies as “an unforeseen situation that...

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