Be confident that your emergency message does not get lost in the crowd of everyday messages in the event of an emergency.

In an emergency, a single warning is often not enough to get people to act.  Especially, if the warning cannot be confirmed through direct observation. For most people, the first warning received gets their attention and causes them to inquire about the emergency situation. Thus, a single emergency notification alert cannot be relied on to get people to act in the appropriate manner.

The ability to share information between different communication systems is required for an emergency notification system to increase reliability. Each and every technology has weaknesses and vulnerabilities, so a mixture of delivery systems reduces the risk the emergency warning not being received.

When sending an emergency notification, it’s vital that the message overrides the everyday communications quickly as well as be able to be sent through a coordinated use of multiple public and private channels of communication.

Read about Emergency Communication Capabilities or give us a call 317.218.1580