Business alert system set up to make emergencies easier

Gurliacci, David
December 2005
Fairfield County Business Journal;12/5/2005, Vol. 44 Issue 49, p3
The article reports on the development of the Fairfield County Business Alert, a new service that will put businesses and public safety agencies in touch in the event of an emergency in Connecticut. Companies can received notification from police or other public safety officials about emergencies that might affect the safety of their employees. The emergency notification service was started by business people involved in the Security Management Forum. The service comes from Send Word Now, a New York City-based company that can send out instant notices in ten different ways.


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