How to Access the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System
No individual or municipal entity can prevent or fully predict natural disasters, pandemics, imminent threats, or local tragedies. Municipalities have a responsibility to do everything within their power to inform, protect, and guide their citizens in times of emergency.
Fortunately, there are tools available to help emergency management professionals make informed decisions and communicate timely, valuable information to citizens.
By incorporating the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) into your municipality’s emergency notification procedures, you can effectively and efficiently provide life-saving information to citizens to help them successfully navigate the uncontrollable elements of any unforeseen disasters.
In this white paper you’ll learn:
- What IPAWS is and why FEMA created it
- The benefits if IPAWS as part of your emergency notification strategy
- If your administration is eligible to become an authorized IPAWS Collaborative Operating Group
- How to apply to become an IPAWS-Authorized Entity in five steps
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