Thursday, March 26, 2020 2PM ET / 11AM PT

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Public gatherings such as sporting events, parades, and protests increase the potential harm that can occur due to the sheer mass of people in a confined area. Emergency management plans for such events must be thorough enough to address numerous potential threats while remaining flexible enough to direct communication and resources if the situation on the ground changes.

Common Questions on Managing Safety During Large Crowd Events is part of our Everbridge ‘Common Questions’ webinar series. We’ve assisted thousands of organizations in planning and executing emergency response, and we are bringing the knowledge to you. This webinar will address common challenges that our clients have struggled with when tasked with crowd safety strategies, including:

  • Creating easy opt-in strategies 
  • Social media vs. keywords
  • Strategy for keeping responders updated
  • Roadmap for successful event management
  • Balancing resident notification and audience notification

We also encourage you to submit questions using the field provided in the webinar registration form.

brian-toolan-headshot.jpgSpeaker Bio - 

Brian Toolan joined the Everbridge family in April 2016 as the Technical Account Manager for the AlertFlorida Statewide notification system and currently serves as the Director of Government Strategy. Brian came to Everbridge after completing a 24-year career in public safety with the State of Connecticut. Brian served as the program manager for the Urban Search and Rescue Task Force where he gained valuable experiencing utilizing the Everbridge platform as a customer.

Brian was also the Operations Chief for the State Emergency Operations Center and served the State during historic blizzards, hurricanes, floods, the largest natural gas power plant explosion in the US and other natural and man-made disasters. While serving as the TAM in Florida, Brian has assisted the State Division of Emergency Management in the Florida Emergency Operations Center during Hurricane Matthew and Hurricane Irma.

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