Employee safety and well-being is one of your top priorities. By implementing One Call Now you can reach your entire staff within seconds to alert them of danger. You’ll be able to make the team aware of what’s approaching and where to safely meet. A business continuity notification plan could be the difference between life and death.
The moments after disaster strikes are equally as critical, if not more critical than the moments before. Using the One Call Now platform, you can alert your team when it is safe to re-enter the building, or resume work. If you suspect injuries or more serious implications you can utilize the intuitive polling feature to get a headcount of who is accounted for and who is not.
As an organization, being prepared to deal with unexpected disruptions is of the utmost importance. Whether it’s a severe storm or security threat, you need to have the proper tools in place to combat these unforeseen circumstances. Implementing a business continuity messaging platform will assist you in contacting those who may be affected – instantaneously.
One of the greatest features of our service is the various media through which messages can be sent and received. You can send messages via your computer or any mobile device. Messages can be received through four main forms: voice calls, SMS texts, emails, and push notifications through our My Call Now app. This ensures the likelihood of everyone receiving the message, in turn reducing risk. The platform is customizable for each team member, as they are able to set preferences regarding which media they would like to receive messages.
You’ve heard it a hundred times: be proactive, not reactive. After a while, it sounds like a broken record. But when it comes to your business, you need to be prepared for the unexpected. If you have a business continuity plan, it’s time to update and test it. If you don’t have one, it’s time to create it. It’s a vital component to continuance of your business operations after a crisis. Fortunately for you, we have outlined how to do all three in an infographic.