Key Tips on Emergency Preparedness Using an Intranet

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Key Tips for Emergency Preparedness Using Your Intranet

About this Document:

This document provides guidance on how to use your Intranet CMS for Emergency Preparedness and Response. Your Intranet should contain a number of features that support your crisis management program. We hope you benefit from this list of tools.

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    Use Emergency Action Wizards

    Use action wizards to help staff respond to an emergency

  • 2

    Link To Emergency Sites

    Easily connect your staff to external emergency resources through links

  • 3

    Emergency Alerts

    Activate emergency scrollers across all pages to alert staff when a crisis occurs

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