Is Your Agency Ready for the Next Crisis—or Crises? Fast, Effective Critical Communications is the First Step
Date: Tuesday, September 14, 2021
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
For many communities, the punches keep coming. In 2020, there were 22 billion-dollar plus weather and climate disasters in the U.S. As of mid-2021, the nation has seen the warmest June on record and eight weather and climate disasters exceeding a billion dollars each.
Add in the global pandemic, and state and local officials frequently face crisis on top of crisis on top of crisis. That’s why fast, effective communication is more essential than ever in your agency’s ability to protect people, places and property.
Join OnSolve’s Director of Government Strategy Troy Harper for this webinar to learn how critical communications technology can help you keep people informed and safe.
- Why now is the right time to re-evaluate your unreliable or difficult-to-use mass notification system
- How critical event management use cases go far beyond emergency alerts
- How you can implement a proactive strategy now to ensure your agency is ready for the next crisis
General Manager, Public Sector
Sevier County EMA
Michelle M. Havich – Host
American City & County