Rave Mobile Safety Virtual Summit 2020: Oct 19-21 – Registration Closes Today

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The Rave 2020 Summit will be taking place October 19-21, 2020 and will feature exciting keynote speeches, product training and best practice sessions, networking opportunities, and much more.

Rave Mobile Safety has taken the decision to go virtual for the Rave 2020 Summit this fall to help ensure the safety of attendees, exhibitors, and staff . While the Summit is virtual this year for the very first time, it will still deliver all the elements of a live event, albeit in an online environment.

The Rave 2020 Summit kicks off on Monday October 19, 2020 for VIP ticket holders. The first day consists of product training sessions for Rave Alert Admins and covers best practices and tips, Rave Panic Button management, and Rave Alert basic training.

The second and third days of the event consist of keynote presentations, best practice sessions, roundtable and panel discussions, and other educational sessions. Tuesday October 20, 2020 is open to all attendees, with Wednesday October 21, 2020 open only to Rave customers.

Throughout the event, attendees will have the opportunity for one-on-one meetings with a Rave product guru in the Guru Lounge and will be able to get answers to questions and obtain advice on critical safety challenges.

Rave Virtual Summit 2020 – Highlights for Healthcare Professionals

Highlights of the Rave 2020 Summit for healthcare professionals on Tuesday October 20, 2020 include:

Keynote Speaker: Clint Emerson

11:30 am – 12 pm: Keynote presentation by Clint Emerson, retired Navy SEAL, crisis management professional and best-selling author. When the world hands you a bad situation, Clint Emerson can give you the skills to be prepared.

12-12:10 pm: Networking Break: Discover who’s attending the Rave Summit, connect and chat with other individuals in the corporate and healthcare sector.

12:10-12:40 pm: Communication Problems Session: Discover what really goes wrong with communication. When someone doesn’t get the message, there are actually 20 key failure modes. This session covers the Sender-Medium-Receiver Model of communication, the underlying causes of communication failures, and the three types of information needed for success.

12:40-1:10 pm: Roundtable Session: COVID-19 Lessons Learned & Best Practices for individuals in corporations and healthcare.

1:30-2 pm (Two Sessions to Choose From):

Oh No! Not Another Emergency Notification System

Wake Forest University experienced its first homicide in January 2018 when there was a shooting at a party held by non-Wake Forest affiliates. The University Police Communication Center acted fast to send an alert using the emergency notification system they had in place, but things did not go as planned. Hear from the communication center supervisor for Wake Forest University Police Department as she details what went wrong, the improvements the university has made, and how she got her team on board with the implementation of Rave Alert.

Panel Discussion: Effective Constituent Communication

2020 has reaffirmed the importance of timely and effective constituent, stakeholder and employee communications. In addition to the first pandemic in over 100 years, the U.S. is grappling with many other critical events like severe weather and civil unrest. Hear from panelists as they share their varied experiences and strategies to keep their communities safe and informed.

 2-2:45 pm: Panel discussion: The Next Phase of COVID-19 Response and Beyond

In this session, panelists will tackle the issues related to emergency response and critical communication and collaboration in the age of COVID-19, the changes organizations have already made, and how to use the lessons learned since March 2020 to prepare for the next phase or crisis.

Registration and Cost

General admission tickets are available free of charge which will provide access to the best practice sessions, panel discussions, and the keynote speaker presentations on Tuesday October 20, 2020.

Current Rave users can obtain a general admissions ticket free of charge which will provide access to the best practice sessions and keynote speaker presentations on Tuesday October 20 and Wednesday, October 21, 2020.

VIP tickets include access to product training sessions taking place on Monday October 19, 2020, in addition to best practice sessions and keynote speaker presentations on the remaining two days, as well as access to the Guru Lounge. VIP Tickets must be purchased in advance and cost $99 per person.

Registration for the Rave 2020 Summit is now open but closes on October 16, 2020, and 12pm ET.

REGISTER FOR THE VIRTUAL RAVE 2020 SUMMIT

Author: Steve Alder has many years of experience as a journalist, and comes from a background in market research. He is a specialist on legal and regulatory affairs, and has several years of experience writing about HIPAA. Steve holds a B.Sc. from the University of Liverpool.

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