Category: Enterprise Safety & Security

Archive: Enterprise Safety & Security

Hearst: Better Business and Security Outcomes Via LiveSafe

In a very contentious political atmosphere where it was impossible to know in advance where security issues would arise, Hearst needed a means to anticipate security situations that could potentially impact deadlines for reporting and logistical operations for broadcast media coverage (which in turn could impact ratings and breaking media coverage), as well as communicate situations to broadcast team members.

Las Vegas Mall Shooting Demonstrates LiveSafe’s Full Potential

The Fashion Mall shooting provides an important case study in the broader application of the LiveSafe platform. While the ultimate goal of LiveSafe is to surface early-warning insights that can help security personnel detect and prevent incidents from occurring, in cases like this, when there is no warning, LiveSafe’s powerful two-way communications, broadcast alerts, and geo-fencing features provide critical mass communications capabilities that can help prevent further injuries or greater loss of life.

Sources & Methods: Enterprise Edition — The Role and Value of Community-Sourced Intelligence In Safety and Security Risk Management

Today, LiveSafe is releasing Sources & Methods: Enterprise Edition — The Role and Value of Community-Sourced Intelligence In Safety and Security Risk Management, to help safety and security risk managers across all industries plan for, develop, execute, and maintain community-sourced risk intelligence programs that contribute significantly to the prevention of costly safety and security incidents.

Prevention Podcast: Season 2, Episode 17 – Elements of An Effective Active Shooter Training Program

On this episode of The Prevention Podcast, we explore the elements of an effective active shooter training program, the importance of understanding where this type of training fits in the larger context of OSHA compliance, and how technology for reporting early warning indicators of violence is a critical missing link to the current generation of active shooter training courses.