How to Improve Campus Safety with 911 Compliance
Each year, over 240 million calls are made to 911 dispatchers across the country, and as much as 85% of those calls are made from cell phones. These calls bounce off the nearest cell phone tower, making it difficult to locate someone’s exact location in an emergency – especially when millions of staff and students spend their day inside multi-room and multi-story buildings or campuses.
Should an emergency occur, your phone system’s compliance with the latest 911 laws is essential to aid an effective and quick response from the appropriate public safety agencies. Its capabilities could mean the difference between life and death.
In this informative webinar, 101VOICE will outline the current FCC 911 requirements to ensure your phone system functions as it should during an emergency. We will discuss how thousands of classrooms and offices in California have improved their emergency communications to ensure the safety of the staff, students, and faculties.
Topics will include:
● Complying with Kari’s Law and RAY BAUM’S Act
● Implementing E-911 vs NG-911 and how it can save lives
● Addressing the challenges of 911 calls made on mobile devices with m-911
● How school districts can effectively improve their campus safety through their communications with first responders
We will also dive into what it takes to improve your emergency response in the event of a 911 call while still complying with relevant laws and regulations.
P.S. If you’d like to talk to our experts here at 101VOICE about your compliance status and find out what we can do for you before the webinar, please reach out to support@101VOICE.com.