Emergency Communication
Sean Rose - Vice President, Marketing
Session Overview
Part 1: General Emergency Preparation
Part 2: Communication Components

Part 3: Next Steps
Demosphere Knows
Youth Sports!
1,300+ customers.

23+ years of
experience.

8+ years of
experience
personally.
In Case of Emergency…
When thinking about emergency situations…

What type of emergency is it?

Who is responsible?

What’...
Policies & Procedures
Types of Emergencies
Severe Weather

Fire

Abduction

Severe Injury

Bomb Threat

Other?
Organization
Emergencies
All emergencies
are organizational!

On-Site vs. OffSite

Responsible f/
Overall Plan.

Training
Integrated Emergency
Management System (IEMS)
1. Hazard Analysis

2. Mitigation

3. Preparedness

4. Response

5. Recovery
Emergency Action Plan

Multiple Elements
Involved

Focus on Communication
For Reference
National Alliance f/
Youth Sports

U.S. Soccer Guidelines

Rugby | Football |
Soccer Clubs
On Your Website
Emergency Action Plan.

What To Expect

Who To Contact?

Promote Safety

Videos?

Prior Situations (sensit...
Field Status Notifications
Emergency Communication

First —>

Up To Date Staff/
Coach/Registrant
Info.
Contact Lists
For Coaches/Managers

Emergency Contact Info f/
players

Include:

Contact Phone/Email

Medical Issues?

Ins...
Mass Communication
Email

Text Message

Assign appropriate
access
What’s Next?
Develop / review / improve your plan.

Make sure everyone is aware!

Contact support@demosphere.com for help
...
Wrap Up
Questions? srose@demosphere.com

Subscribe to the Demosphere Blog for...

Industry News

Product Features

Best Pr...
Sean Rose

srose@demosphere.com
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Transcript of "Emergency Communication Best Practices | Demosphere"

  1. 1. Emergency Communication Sean Rose - Vice President, Marketing
  2. 2. Session Overview Part 1: General Emergency Preparation Part 2: Communication Components Part 3: Next Steps
  3. 3. Demosphere Knows Youth Sports! 1,300+ customers. 23+ years of experience. 8+ years of experience personally.
  4. 4. In Case of Emergency… When thinking about emergency situations… What type of emergency is it? Who is responsible? What’s the plan? How does communication play a role?
  5. 5. Policies & Procedures
  6. 6. Types of Emergencies Severe Weather Fire Abduction Severe Injury Bomb Threat Other?
  7. 7. Organization Emergencies All emergencies are organizational! On-Site vs. OffSite Responsible f/ Overall Plan. Training
  8. 8. Integrated Emergency Management System (IEMS) 1. Hazard Analysis 2. Mitigation 3. Preparedness 4. Response 5. Recovery
  9. 9. Emergency Action Plan Multiple Elements Involved Focus on Communication
  10. 10. For Reference National Alliance f/ Youth Sports U.S. Soccer Guidelines Rugby | Football | Soccer Clubs
  11. 11. On Your Website Emergency Action Plan. What To Expect Who To Contact? Promote Safety Videos? Prior Situations (sensitive info withheld)
  12. 12. Field Status Notifications
  13. 13. Emergency Communication First —> Up To Date Staff/ Coach/Registrant Info.
  14. 14. Contact Lists For Coaches/Managers Emergency Contact Info f/ players Include: Contact Phone/Email Medical Issues? Insurance Info?
  15. 15. Mass Communication Email Text Message Assign appropriate access
  16. 16. What’s Next? Develop / review / improve your plan. Make sure everyone is aware! Contact support@demosphere.com for help integrating specific communication tools.
  17. 17. Wrap Up Questions? srose@demosphere.com Subscribe to the Demosphere Blog for... Industry News Product Features Best Practices ... and more!
  18. 18. Sean Rose srose@demosphere.com
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