In your bid towards 100% risk aversion, you have appropriated a well-drilled action plan for your company. You even did one better with an equally excellent response training.

Bravo, excellent undertakings!

Even at that, you can’t rest on your laurels – at least, not yet. You have one addition to make: an Emergency Notification System.

Now you ask: what is an emergency notification system? More importantly, what benefits would your company and employee gain from such a system?

Let’s get answers, shall we?

Understanding The Basics Of Emergency Notification 

Crises can spiral out of control with even the most prepared action plan. Yes, you’ve drilled your unit and provided the safety equipment. Unfortunately, you can’t tell when a crisis looms.

Who knows, your team might have even relaxed; they waited all year for emergencies and recorded zero action.

So, what happens when the action eventually hits, and your soldiers are off-guard? Wouldn’t that be disastrous?

If only there were a watchman, somewhat alarm system, that rings the beagle:

Tik Tok! Arise, soldiers, trouble looms on the horizon!

How awesome would such be?

Fortunately, there is a watchman in the form of an emergency notification. Huh?

Emergency Notification/Alarming System is a combination of communication-cum-alert protocols that has the sole aim of making you emergency-ready. So, what specific advantage does this aid offer?

3 Benefits Of Emergency Notification Systems To Your Action Plan

1. Awareness

The first offering of awareness is perhaps the juiciest. For starters, it alerts your response team and their respective leaders on the crisis at hand.

Secondly, and most importantly, it gives employees and other responders an opportunity for streamlined preparedness. How so?

Unlike when you’re in the dark, notification systems unravel the looming dangers. By doing so, you have time to restrategize and calm anxious nerves. More beautifully, you get to give last-ditch, specific pep talks.

For example:

When the system alerts you of robbery, you don’t waste time handling fire extinguishers.

Instead, you reassure your facility occupants on why they should cooperate and lie still for safety. Also, you can even alert the police.

2. Critical, Real-time Aids

In addition to awareness, notification systems (such as messaging) help to send updates to authorities. That way, people can know about your situation.

For example, in the case of CPR, an expert could call in and offer real-time first-aid to the patient. Another scenario is the shelter-in-place safety protocol.

Let’s say there was a hurricane, and your employees and customers had no escape route. Notification systems will help you assess the situation of everyone involved, regardless of what part they got stuck. That way, you will get an accurate overview of the event and send it to the appropriate quarters.

Also, you will be able to receive critical information like when the hurricane subsides. 

3. Tailored Solutions To Reduce Crises

Awareness and real-time updates have one goal: to mitigate the risk you and other facility occupants might suffer.

First, you know how well to prepare for the crisis. Second, you get updates on-ground and have access to stakeholders and aids.

In the end, those crucial aids will make navigating through any storm seamless. Only then can you realize success from your emergency plan.