WCHS News – City of Charleston partnering with company to offer app to provide coronavirus information by JEFF MORRIS Friday, April 3rd 2020 The
SYMPTOMS COVID-19 symptoms are similar to the cold or flu, and may take up to 14 days to appear after exposure to the virus. Be
20 questions that can help officials get a handle on disaster preparedness! Questions for disaster preparedness assessment of the county 1. Who handles the day-to-day
Do you remember your college days? So fun! New friends. Challenging chapter of life. Hanging out after class. Late-night studies. And other late-night ‘stuff’.
We also thought we were indestructible. Really untouchable. Fear for our lives never entered our thought process.
That is certainly not the case in today’s society and on today’s college campuses. Yes, there are still life-long friendships being fostered and classroom lectures that prepare us for the rest of our lives. But there is a certain sense of fear clouding campuses today.
Putnam County, West Virginia has a population of 57,000 and began collecting smartphones in 2004 to use with their mass notification system. Their citizens had
Frank Chapman, the EMS director for Putnam County, WV was kind enough to sit down with us and let people know what he thought of
A short, sweet and to the point A Q & A with Heads Up Community on mobile Emergency Notification Systems, with Butch Evans! 1. Q.
From: WV Record By Kyla Asbury Charleston, WV… A new mobile app is using Emergency Texts and notifications to inform the local community and university students
Now that you have downloaded the Heads Up Community Mobile Application, here is how to do a quick setup. Once set up, you will be
Nobody expects an emergency or disaster — especially one that affects them, their employees, and their business personally. Yet the simple truth is that emergencies and disasters can strike anyone, anytime, and anywhere. You and your employees could be forced to evacuate your company when you least expect it.
How to Plan for Emergencies, Evacuations, and Disaster Alerts, Do you have a system in place to help notify your community with emergency or disaster
Do you remember your college day? So fun! New friends. Challenging chapter of life. Hanging out after class. Late-night studies. And other late-night ‘stuff’. We