F24 Experience Season Area II
Mobilize and Keep Your People Save
During critical situations, teams and specialists need to be alerted, large target groups including employees must be contacted by mass alerting and numerous people on the move may have to be warned of dangers, too.
In order to mobilise and keep all your people save, a well thought-out alerting concept is key, and on this page, you will find out its essential characteristics. Let’s get started!
Safe travels: Keeping employees safe during work-related travels can be a significant challenge, which is why professional and real time risk monitoring is a must – but how?
In this talk we talk about the impact that COVID-19 had on employee travels and discuss changes and recommendations of travel safety as well as risk monitoring of the near future.
Guest speaker Martin Stamm
Time-Saving Calculator: Calculate how much time you save
During a crisis, every second counts. But how long does it take you to alert all of your employees in an emergency?
Find out how much time you can save with a software-based, automated alerting system and which advantages a digital alerting solution from F24 offers you.
With software-based automated alerting, your alerting time is reduced by 1% :
The calculations of the alerting times are based on the following assumptions: For both manual and digital alerting, the basic prerequisite is that all called persons can be reached directly and no further channels or follow-ups are necessary. Furthermore, the alerting times per person only include the alerting times until the initial acceptance of the call and the initial information about the situation is provided. In neither case is the additional time for a response from the recipient included. The manual alerting calculation is based on a rehearsed availability and information of 50 seconds per employee. The calculation of the alerting time for the automated alerting is based on the average alerting values with the F24 solution under the previously described conditions.
Not just Time-Saving: Additional Benefits of Automatic Alerting
- Automatic overview through real-time feedback functionalities
- Targeted alerting processes
- Guaranteed availability and data security
- Error minimisation and avoidance of information loss
- Automatic documentation
3 Questions on Alerting
Eske Ofner, Head of Sales of F24 AG, explains the difference between manual and automated alerting.
Eske Ofner, Head of Sales of F24 AG, about the difference between location-based vs qualification-based alerting.
Eske Ofner, Head of Sales of F24 AG, about the minimum requirements for a reliable alerting system.
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FACT24 Emergency Response Planning Customer – Aegean Airlines
The F24 Multi-channel Public Warning System
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“Great format and great content!“Nürnberger Gruppe on the FACT24 Experience Week 2020
Right now, you are on one area page of the F24 Experience Season 2021 which offers a range of contents and sessions in three distinct but interconnected areas about Emergency Notification, Crisis Management and Business Continuity. During this event, YOU decide which areas matter most to you. Simply choose your area of interest, register for free and secure your access to all sessions.
F24 Experience Season 2021
Tips and tricks on setting up successful employee alerting
Efficient Communication and Alerting in Action
Every moment counts in an emergency
At the H&R refinery in Salzbergen, the processing of hazardous substances is part of day-to-day business. For this reason, the importance of safety at the site is paramount. Not only in the responsibility for the employees, but also for the local residents and the immediate surroundings. Alerting these people is essential – find out how H&R issue alerts in cases of emergencies.
Immediate action in case of disaster
In the early hours of the evening of Friday 22 July 2016, an “external incident” was reported to the Accident Surgery Clinic of the Klinikum Rechts der Isar. For such a disaster additional personnel must rapidly present themselves at the clinic to deliver an appropriate response to events – find out how this polyclinic for trauma surgery notifices and alerts its employess in the fastest and most reliable way possible.
Failure to prepare for potentially critical situations can lead to serious negative consequences as a result.
Emergencies and crisis can hit any company and any organisation. A professional alerting and crisis communication strategy is an essential part of successfully handling emergencies. Read more about how prompt, appropriate and proactive decisions and responses can be used to prepare for and defuse critical situations in our whitepaper.
Certainty during insecure times: Efficient mass notifications with acknowledgements – what does that look like in practice?
The F24 colleagues discuss different use cases of mass alerting in Germany and Spain/Mexico and depictsome successful real examples. They also provide tips to alert a large number of people.
Eske Ofner from F24 AG & Juan Manuel Gil from F24 Servicios de Comunicación S.L.U.
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