How to Protect Your Organization with an Emergency Mass Notification System (EMNS)
Presented Live on Thursday, May 20, 2021
Health and safety events can quickly disrupt an organization’s operations and cause widespread confusion and fear. The most effective way to respond to these crises is by deploying an Emergency Mass Notification System (EMNS). Rapid, reliable broadcast notifications enable organizations to prevent, manage, and address emergencies by keeping community members informed of relevant hazards and resulting guidance.
Watch this webcast to learn the following:
- The role of emergency mass notification systems (EMNS)
- EMNS platform key features and relevant use cases
- EMNS deployment and employee engagement strategies
- How Brookfield Properties has used EMNS to prevent and address incidents
- A demo of LiveSafe Alert, Vector's EMNS offering
Director of Security & Life Safety | Brookfield Properties
LaNile is a crisis and security operations executive and risk management expert. He has extensive experience and expertise in assessing and resolving vulnerabilities and ensuring the safety and security of people and properties. LaNile creates and implements national training programs and was hand-selected to serve rotations within the Federal Emergency Management Agency. He is currently the Director of Life Safety and Security and National Training Coordinator for Brookfield Properties.
Director, Product Marketing | Vector Solutions
Jeff leads Product Management for a variety of Vector LiveSafe Risk Management products including Alert, Insights, and Integrations. He brings over a decade of Software Product Management experience to the Vector LiveSafe team which he joined in 2017, and Vector Solutions by way of acquisition in 2020.
Content Specialist | Vector Solutions
Alexandra Brunjes has a B.S. in Neurobiology from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. with minors in Creative Writing and French. She is a published journalist and experienced health and science writer. Her expertise includes risk intelligence, healthcare and neuroscience, and technology.