When disaster strikes, communication needs to be crystal clear, lightning-fast, and sure to reach everyone. Anything less jeopardizes property, data, and most important of all: people. The stakes are high, and organizations need a mass notification system to match them.
Fire outbreak, severe weather rolling in, or a cyber-attack hitting your systems; emergencies come in many ways. But all these emergencies have one thing in common: time is of the essence. How can organizations ensure they reach every employee in time with emergency notifications while the clock is ticking?
When mass communication during an emergency is not done right, it will only fuel confusion. Without a suitable mass notification system, organizations will face many challenges.
Leverage every screen in your organization, from the largest digital signage screens to people’s personal mobile phones, and turn them into the ultimate mass notification system. You will reach everyone you need, including those hard-to-reach non-desk workers, remote employees, and even guests and clients.
Create a trustworthy, central source of information. With a corporate channel, employees know where to turn to find the latest on an ongoing situation. With push notifications, you can even inform employees immediately when needed and provide them with crucial information when it matters the most.
Push notifications are hard to ignore. They are an ideal way to bypass everyone’s overflowing e-mail box. In this blog, we’ll tell you how you regain your employees’ attention by using notifications.
Do you need to be certain everyone received and read your message? Let people press a button to acknowledge your message and confirm they are safe and sound.
Create pre-defined alert messages for the most probable emergency scenarios for your business. A fire hazard, contamination leak, or hurricane rolling in: with a pre-defined alert message, you alert everyone and provide them with the necessary information, all with just one push of a button.
The Dutch Rotterdam-Rijnmond region is home to the largest port of Europe and home to 1.2 million people. Situated in a highly industrial and closely inhabited part of the Netherlands, it is a matter of national security that these people are instantly warned and know what to do in case of an emergency.