National Preparedness Month: Keeping Your Community Safe

The health crisis and public unrest in recent months has made it more clear than ever that communities must prepare for the unexpected. Health and safety emergencies can occur at any time, and offices and other workplaces are vulnerable to disruptions due to severe weather, property damage, and health crises. This National Preparedness Month, establishing readiness plans and/or making them easily accessible can help you protect your organization and keep your workforce informed and safe. 

National Preparedness Month is a FEMA-sponsored initiative that encourages Americans to prepare themselves for disasters or emergencies like terrorist situations, severe weather, and safety risks such as gas leaks or drinking water contamination. In order to best respond to security threats and prevent damage, it is critical to be informed, prepared, and ready to take action. Use this toolkit to help equip your organization for disasters or emergencies and to keep your workforce safe.


LiveSafe Emergency Preparedness Video Guide includes ‘how to’ videos that demonstrate how to use key LiveSafe features. This will help prepare your community to react to emergencies.

Share these videos with administrators, security team members, and/or users.
Includes how-to videos explaining: 

  • Broadcast Messaging
  • Tip Reporting
  • Check In
  • Geofencing
  • Resources

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Preparedness Use Cases provide real client examples of LiveSafe use that will resonate with your community.

Discuss examples of LiveSafe usage and encourage employees to report anything similar on the LiveSafe App.

  • Enterprise Communicating During an Active Shooter Emergency
  • Monumental Sports Evacuation
  • Bergen County Coronavirus
  • Utilities Safety Hazard
  • Utilities Threatened Coworker

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Workplace Health Infographic presents information about workplace illness and how to stay healthy.

Share the infographic during National Safety Month and distribute it on social media or other workforce communication channels to build awareness in your community.

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New Mobile Homescreen Breakdown One-Pager shows your community how the LiveSafe Mobile Application has been updated. 

Share this one-pager so that your community knows how to use LiveSafe and is prepared to use it when they need it.

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  1. Establish comprehensive safety protocols and policies (ex: evacuation procedures, locations of medical kits) to be followed in case of emergency, and educate your workforce about safety best practices. Upload this information in the “Resources” section of the LiveSafe Mobile Application so that it can be quickly accessed by employees during emergencies.
  2. Check in with your community regularly using Broadcast Messages and share pertinent, real-time information during health or safety crises. Reminder: broadcasts can be sent via the LiveSafe app, text message, or email, and can be targeted toward specific parts of your workplace using geofencing capabilities.
  3. Encourage employees to report health and safety threats using “Report Incidents.” These may include fall hazards, property damage, health concerns, or other matters.
  4. Update your LiveSafe Safety Map to include nearby resources — such as Fire Stations, Police Stations, and hospitals.