Adams County, Colorado
As one of the largest counties in the state of Colorado, Adams County faces a myriad of communication needs. In addition to daily needs that include closures due to Colorado’s often unpredictable weather, Adams County also needed to prepare its staff and authorities in the event of emergencies like an active shooter event. Read how Adams County makes the most of its Regroup Mass Notification system.
Arkema Chemical Manufacturing
The Arkema Axis chemical manufacturing plant is a 100-acre facility with 128 on-site employees and a full 24-hour schedule of operation. When they needed a communication tool to handle plant closures, COVID-19 procedure announcements and severe weather notifications, they turned to Regroup.
Atlantic Cape Community College
Atlantic Cape Community College needed a mass notification platform to contact its faculty, staff and more than 6,500 students and it wanted to do it in a way that would reach the right groups of people. It chose Regroup for essential communication, and also a bit of fun.
Before mass notifications, the community was using a phone system that was inefficient and not reliable in emergencies. Regroup offered the community a way to reach everyone, in every segment of the community, through SMS/text, email, and phone calls on any device at any time. It keeps everyone safe and informed, and doesn’t overload people with messages that do not pertain to them.
Emily Carr University of Art + Design
Regroup customer Emily Carr University had been using a competitor’s mass notification platform. It switched to Regroup in 2017, with the main goal of ensuring better customer service. In addition to using Regroup to close campus during a weather emergency, the school participated in a successful drill to test an early warning system for earthquakes.
Fort Peck Tribes
The Fort Peck Tribes in Montana is a reservation and community which is home to two out of the more than 550 recognized Native American tribes in the United States. It needed a high-tech solution for both emergency and day-to-day communications. Fort Peck Tribes turned to Regroup Mass Notification to serve its needs.
Jackson County Health Department
Jackson County in western Missouri is the second most-populous county in the state comprising both Independence and Kansas City. One of the most important and life-saving ways that the department uses Regroup would be to communicate with the public, health care providers, staff and facilities in case of a public health emergency.
McCarthy Holdings Inc.
With thousands of employees in the construction industry, McCarthy Holdings needed a way to efficiently issue a vast array of communications to its workers on sites all over the country. Regroup solved these challenges by allowing McCarthy to have unlimited admins and the ability to reach workers on any device.
Mercy College needed a mass notification solution for both day-to-day communications and emergency alerts, but the state-sponsored system in New York wasn’t easy to use or flexible enough to meet its needs. The College partnered with Regroup Mass Notification to create its white-label MercyAlert system that students, faculty and staff use across each of its campuses.
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College
With 10 campuses and more than 10,000 students, faculty and staff, the historic and award-winning college sought out a solution for daily mass notifications. The college system switched to Regroup from another platform in 2017, due to Regroup’s functionality, ease-of-use, and because of its two-way communication capabilities. That two-way communication allows the senders and recipients, including faculty, safety officers and students, to text back and forth.
NERT, San Francisco Fire Department
With a complex public-private partnership and such a vast network of compassionate San Franciscans who want to help their own neighborhoods, the program needed a way to communicate that was easy-to-use, seamless, affordable and available on any device. Regroup Mass Notification is the platform NERT uses to empower neighbors to assist first responders when it matters most.
With more than 8,000 students, about 2,000 faculty members, and an additional 660 administrative staff members, Regis University recently faced a cyberattack known as a ransomware attack, which crippled its traditional ways of communicating with those thousands of people. It used Regroup Mass Notification to keep a steady flow of critical information during the attack and in the weeks that followed as telephone service and emails were restored.
Spartanburg Community College
With its interest in a notification system piqued by the tragic mass shooting at Virginia Tech, this community college wanted to be able to reach its students, faculty and staff quickly and easily to keep them safe from harm. But it was an extremely dangerous tornado — not a gunman — that demonstrated the value of Regroup to the Spartanburg community.
Star Pipe Products
Before switching to Regroup, Star was reliant on email and a dedicated hotline to reach all employees about office closures due to severe weather or other disruptive events. Star also utilized a phone tree system when there was advance warning of severe weather and would proactively call managers to update their teams.
The Camp Fire, Butte County
The Camp Fire, in 2018, was the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history, and one of the deadliest wildfires in world history. Regroup Mass Notification has customers who were right in the danger zone. How our platform was used provides a glimpse on how communities, businesses and safety officials can use mass notifications when faced with an extraordinary emergency.
Town of Belhaven, North Carolina
The Town of Belhaven is a small Southern town located in the Inner Banks region in Beaufort County, N.C. After a disastrous hurricane in 2018, which soaked the entire town with between three and five feet of water, the town chose Regroup Mass Notification to power its hurricane readiness and communications.
Viejas Casino & Resort
Viejas Casino and Resort wanted a mass notification system to use in case of emergencies, such as a needed evacuation during California’s frequent wildfires or an active shooter alert. But what it found was that there are a myriad of creative ways to use the system to communicate on a daily basis with its thousands of employees performing many different functions.