Your Emergency Communications Must be Accessible

Understand the Law So You can Prepare to Comply

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This webinar originally aired:

March 28th, 2019

One of the most important roles of local government is to protect its citizens and visitors from harm. This responsibility includes helping people prepare for and respond to emergencies. Ensuring public safety preparedness and response programs are accessible to all Americans—including the 1 in 4 adults living with a disability—is a requirement of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), and a citizen expectation for public safety leaders.

Join our public safety and ADA compliance experts to learn how to plan communications and execute procedures that meet ADA compliance in every phase of the emergency readiness and response process including:

  • Notification
  • Evacuation
  • Transportation
  • Sheltering
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About the Hosts: Ryan Strait

As the solutions director for all CivicPlus® citizen communication services, Ryan’s focus is on understanding the communication challenges faced by local governments in times of disaster and ensuring the CivicPlus CivicReady® mass notification solution offers the most efficient, and effective capabilities to allow governments to keep citizens safe and informed.

Ryan leads market research initiatives relative to local government mass communications and provides local governments with needs assessments. She also oversees the consistency and quality of all CivicReady product implementations.