Hackensack, NJ, February 13th, 2019 – Eastern DataComm announced they are hosting two seminars in March to discuss solutions to one of the most important topics facing school districts, law enforcement and municipalities today – safety. How quickly and effectively a school can notify everyone of a lockdown or active shooter event can help save lives. At the seminars, attendees will learn how effective policies and procedures, coupled with the right technology, can dramatically improve the safety of students and staff. They’ll also hear from experts in the fields of school safety and technology to learn the right solutions for their schools or municipalities.
The seminars aim to educate school administrators, municipal leaders and local law enforcement on school safety best practices, as well as improving overall day-to-day communication and notifications for a lockdown or other emergency event. The discussion will include 3 principles to follow when purchasing technology and how districts and municipalities can utilize their existing technology components (ex: phone system, paging system speakers, etc.) as part of these improvements to maximize their investments.
Speaking at the event is Paul Jenne, Sales Manager, Eastern DataComm, “After working with schools and municipalities for over 20 years, we’ve learned not only which communication technologies are needed, but how to maximize those investments within tight budgets. By fully understanding communication technology components and how they all work together, we can recommend the best ways for schools and municipalities to improve their day-to-day communications as well as improve emergency notifications for school and building safety.”
Featured guest speaker will be Erik Endress, CEO of Ramsey, NJ-based OnScene Technologies, Inc. His platform, Share911, is a hub for school administrators and security directors enabling lateral communication, collective intelligence, personnel accountability, and reunification management. “The reality is that folks managing these incidents don’t have time to access multiple, disparate systems. They need to know what’s happening right now, determine where the danger is or help is needed, see who is safe all the while keeping people informed in a timely manner. That’s what Share911 does really well.”
The seminars are scheduled for 11am – 1:30pm on Tuesday, March 19th in Spring Lake, NJ and Thursday, March 21st in Cherry Hill, NJ. NJ. There is no cost to attend, but registration is required. Those wishing to attend can view the complete seminar details and register at: https://easterndatacomm.com/seminars2019/