Category: Mustering

5 Large Scale Facility Evacuation Lessons

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In today’s uncertain world, where natural disasters, industrial accidents, and other emergencies can strike at any moment, having a well-thought-out evacuation action plan (EAP) is critical. An effective building evacuation plan not only ensures the safety of employees and visitors, but also minimizes panic and confusion. No evacuation story is more compelling than that of […]

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Fixed vs. Handheld Muster Readers

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My sales team approached me with a great question from a potential client today. Why should I choose your handheld device over a fixed reader in our parking lot for mustering? My answer was, “That is too easy!  Let me list out the top reasons.” After I had quickly come up with a dozen reasons, […]

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ALARM! EVACUATION! ASSEMBLY! What next?

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If you are a Safety Professional and in charge of emergency evacuation management (a.k.a Evacuation Warden, Fire Warden, Floor Warden, Emergency Manager, Evacuation Manager, Evacuation Officer, Crisis Manager, etc.), you know exactly what comes next… The United States Department of Labor and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires companies with ten (10) or […]

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Improve Your Emergency Readiness by Badging Out

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Is it time for Badge-out?

Should You Consider Badge-Out? We’ve been living in a COVID-19 world for more than five months now. As lock downs have eased in some locations and businesses cautiously re-open, working from home remains encouraged because it reduces worker density inside office spaces. However, there are real benefits to returning to the workplace for some in-person […]

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Expect the Unexpected

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It's hard to ask a crisis to occur at a more convenient time.

Telaeris was recently approached by a company inquiring about our XPressEntry (XPE) emergency mustering system. One of the first questions they asked was: "How long does it take to get a current list of onsite employees after the emergency starts?" I had to stop for a moment and make sure I heard the question appropriately. My [...]

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