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Five Best Practices For Communicating Inclement Weather Closings

The cooler temperatures mean winter weather is coming, along with the challenges of deciding when to cancel events and the best way to communicate changes when you do. Establishing a clear communication plan and sharing it with congregants is not only beneficial to your house of worship in terms of preventing misinformation, but also protects […]

Everything You Need to Know About Inclement Weather Plans

When Winter Weather Hits The Question Becomes “To Close Or Not To Close?” Are you liable if you don’t? Wondering what you need to do to help your staff—and your business—weather any storm? There are three steps that should be part of any inclement weather plan: Plan in advance Communicate the plan Understand your liability

Is Your K-12 School Prepared for an Active Shooter Incident?

A recent PsychLaw Journal article took a closer look at the prevalence of school shootings in the U.S. Its finding? An average of 2.5 school shootings take place every year in this country. While 2.5 may not sound like a lot at first glance, the statistic takes on new meaning when reframed from the perspective […]

Yardi Voyager® Integration

Communication Solutions for Property Managers Through the One Call Now integration with Yardi Voyager, property managers can send phone calls, emails, and text messages to residents confidently, knowing their contact records are automatically synced and up-to-date.

Securing Your School: Active Shooter Preparation and Response Protection

The key to the best possible outcome: advance preparation. We’ve partnered with leading intruder response consultant, Strategos International to bring you a free webinar. Strategos has trained over 110,000 school, healthcare, faith-based, workplace, L.E., military and government professionals in 15 countries.

Are You Prepared For An Active Shooter Incident?

Aimed at promoting both workplace safety and business continuity before, during and after an active shooter event, this ebook is designed to serve as a planning resource for contemporary employers, employees, and the public at large.

A Five-Point Resource for Cyber Attack Response Planning

The reality of the matter is that cyber attacks are not only happening, but sooner or later—and more likely sooner than later—one is going to happen to you. If you don’t yet have a cyber attack response plan in place, download our resource, A Five-Point Resource for Cyber Attack Response Planning.

Safety And Security Report

What are faith communities doing in response to the frightening trend of violence committed in houses of worship?