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Public safety scheduling changes when disaster strikes [Video]

Posted by Jackie Belasky

Nov 22, 2017 9:45:08 AM

When disaster strikes, whether in the form of catastrophic weather events or civil disorder, public safety agencies must be at their best and most efficient. Dealing with high-risk events may involve switching first responders to Alpha/Bravo or EOP shift schedules.

This emergency scheduling model gives agencies more people on duty at any given time to coordinate response and safety efforts. In preparation for this year's hurricanes, many agencies have applied EOP schedules as part of their readiness efforts to get ahead of the storms.

Public safety workforce management software that includesEOP scheduling automatically reassigns agency staff to emergency shifts. Once the crisis period has ended, all personnel are automatically reverted back to their original schedules. This makes it easier for leaders to set up their scheduling needs in advance so that departments are better able to manage through demanding circumstances.

Thanks for watching and stay tuned for more news about managing the public safety workforce.

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About Orion Communications

As workforce management and data interface experts, Orion Communications is a leading provider of public safety workforce management software.  Orion’s AgencyWeb® software helps agencies simplify complex workforce management processes and reduce labor cost. Orion has been serving the public safety industry since 1998 and is a certified women-owned business headquartered in Dallas, Texas.

For more information, please contact Jackie Belasky at 214-361-1203, #2413 or jbelasky@orioncom.com.