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[Webinar] Communicating Before, During and After an Emergency: Do You Have What You Need?

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Is your organisation prepared for the expected and unexpected? Do you have the resources and skills needed to communicate appropriately, and at scale?

Being prepared for an emergency requires a strong crisis communications plan. If a critical event arises, your organisation must be able to respond immediately with confidence.

Watch this on-demand video to learn best practices for communicating effectively before, during and after an emergency situation. You’ll also hear how digital communications are playing a key role in community safety engagement campaigns, during “peacetime”.

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