Juvare Blog

    If Resiliency Is Our Common Thread, How Do We Weave It?

    International resiliency can seem larger than life. But there is a common perception that we all share the need for resiliency. Moreover, international resiliency is a common thread that binds us all together. Due to the interdependencies of global economics, finance and policies that span national divisions, events that transpire in one geographical area and in one market segment will impact other geographies and, potentially, other market segments.

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    Topics: WebEOC, Emergency Management

    Five Emergency Preparedness Considerations in Supporting Music Festivals

    According to a 2015 Nielsen study, more than 32 million people attend at least one music festival in the U.S. each year, with a third of those attending more than one festival. Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo and Coachella are just a few of the events that will bring together thousands of people this summer. So what should emergency managers and event organizers do to prepare?

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    Topics: Emergency Management

    How Emergency Management Agencies can Effectively Utilize Social Media

    Topics: Emergency Management, Social Media

    Top Three Emergency Management Sessions You Don't Want to Miss at the 2018 Preparedness Summit

    Topics: Emergency Management, Juvare Summit

    Top Three Health Preparedness Sessions You Don't Want to Miss at the 2018 Preparedness Summit

    Topics: Juvare Summit

    Four Reasons to Download the 2018 Preparedness Summit Mobile App

    Topics: Juvare Summit

    How the Newly Updated Clery Act Affects Your College or University

    Topics: Emergency Management

    How Your University Can Prepare for an Active Shooter and Other Emergency Situations (SYS - EDU - Checklist - 2017)

    Topics: education

    How to Improve the Safety of Your College Campus

    Topics: education

    Is Your College Prepared? Three Reasons Why Your Institution Should Use a Web-Based System to Respond to Emergencies

    Topics: Emergency Management, education