When it comes to an organization’s emergency preparedness plan, often we become complacent in our preparations or succumb to the thought that “it won’t happen to me.” Unfortunately, disaster does not discriminate and all of us are as some risk for bad things happening. Emergency planning, a robust emergency preparedness plan and a mass notification system can help us mitigate the bad things that may just come our way.
Recently, the Dallas arm of the American Red Cross published a blog asking a question that’s answer isn’t simply “yes” or “no”. Well, it could simply be “no,” I suppose, but there are many areas that need to be considered to establish a vigorous emergency preparedness plan and when asking the question:
Click here to read the full blog. Here at Pocketstop, we thought this blog post was tremendously relevant to the goals of how our mass notification system, known as RedFlag, can help improve your organization’s emergency preparedness plan.
Emergency planning is necessary for both your personal and professional well-being; today we are going to focus on your workplace’s emergency preparedness plan. We are going to discuss four reasons why a mass notification system should be part of your emergency preparedness plan including some of the tips encouraged by the American Red Cross.
The common thread here today is communication. Being able to communicate in a simple, reliable and effective way during an emergency should be a principal concern of your organization. The added bonus of a mass notification system is that is can, and should be, used during non-emergency settings as well, especially as a training tool to help your workforce be more prepared every day.
For more information about the RedFlag mass notification system and Pocketstop’s other operational and marketing communication tools, contact us today at 877-840 -2444.
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