South Hackensack, NJ (PRWEB) July 11, 2011
This month’s edition of Mission Critical Communications Magazine wrote a great article on emergency communications on college campuses (1) and the realization of the lack of preparation and technology available to handle emergencies. It referred to several incidents that tragically ended the lives of innocent people (ie: University of Texas, Ohio State University, University of Alabama – 2010). Acts of violence are but one of few situations that may transpire that affects operations and “personal well-being”. Severe weather conditions, alumni/faculty health emergencies and power outages are just a few other examples of unfortunate events. These incidents can take place, not only on college grounds but anywhere.
The results vary depending upon how the situation is handled. With that said, the severity of these occurrences has led the federal government to mandate, and even monetarily compensate, all colleges and universities to develop better strategies and technologies to avoid such mishaps in the future. Preparation is key, and the ability to easily communicate with campus staff and first responders critically change the outcome of the situation and efficiency.
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1.Radio Resource: Mission Critical Communications, July 2011 Edition, Mass Notification on Campus (Pg. 14)