SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (PRWEB) September 24, 2019
Santa Barbara Unified is working with CrisisGo, developer of a leading safety and crisis communication platform, to create safer schools and safer communities with tools that will improve crisis response measures for existing safety plans on each campus that are updated annually and reviewed regularly. In the spirit of the schools’ motto “prepare students for a world that is yet to be created,” the district will be implementing a new Emergency Notification System (ENS) that is supported by the CrisisGo critical communication platform.
“Our district is committed to ensuring that all teachers and staff are trained on safety protocols, including understanding how we partner with law enforcement and support neighboring campuses in the event of a crisis,” said Frann Wageneck, Santa Barbara Unified Assistant Superintendent of Student Services. “This is about making our whole community stronger, not just our schools. Being able to come at school safety with a community lens is incredibly valuable. This is about being trained on proactive responses and breaking down silos.”
CrisisGo created a unified, integrated response communication system for Santa Barbara County that is central to a program to form a safety coalition around and with the county. This special program will provide all county organizations (public, private, charter, higher education, government, local responders, and businesses) with a benefit package through CrisisGo which will be made available to them.
Santa Barbara Unified School District Safety Coordinator Kelly Moore’s vision for creating a unified safety solution includes putting the right people in the right place at the right time and supporting this vision through the CrisisGo Collaboration Coalition program. The roll out starts the week of September 23, 2019 with a series of events around the county and neighboring county school districts. The events will be held through October 4, 2019.
“Santa Barbara wants a unified response from everyone in the community,” said Chris Vuillaume, General Manager of CrisisGo. “The collaboration between the district, county and CrisisGo resulted in a total solution. We are confident it will help Santa Barbara through expert training, exercise, debriefs and identify areas for improvement. It is reassuring that Santa Barbara is looking at an inclusive, standardized approach to school safety.”
CrisisGo is the only incident management platform that coordinates alerts, messages and notifications through communication and security devices across and within first responders, safety teams, organization stakeholders and their communities. CrisisGo helps prevent and prepare for critical situations that can impact anyone, anywhere. The reliable, trusted platform helps first responders and safety personnel rapidly respond to incidents, notify people in real-time based on their response protocol-defined role, and facilitate recovery faster.
To learn more about CrisisGo, go to crisisgo.com.
For more information about the Santa Barbara roll out events, or to register for one of the workshops contact Kelly Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CrisisGo is the premier safety and incident management platform that aligns communication across and within multiple agencies. First responders, safety and security teams, organizations and staff and their communities trust the platform to rapidly respond to incidents, notify people based on roles in real time and facilitate recovery faster.
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