As communications technology becomes increasingly sophisticated, so has managing access to 911 in the enterprise. Effective management requires a systematic, on-going effort and collaboration of parties inside the enterprise as well as outside according to a new report by CCMI and 911 ETC, Inc.
Gaithersburg, MD (PRWEB) August 24, 2012
The pervasive use of IP technologies, as well as increased mobility, have made managing access to 911 in the enterprise more difficult than ever before. Ensuring you have accurate location identification is both time and labor intensive … and a critical on-going responsibility.
“Telecom and Legal Considerations in 911 Planning: The Importance of a Team-Based Approach,” written by Martha Buyer, an attorney whose practice is primarily focused on telecommunications law, examines the elements essential to constructing a reliable plan for the most efficient management of emergency information:
- Technology Considerations
- The Continuing Evolution of E911
- Negligence and Liability 101
- Federal Law and Regulation / 911-Specific Laws / State Regulations
- NENA Model Legislation
- 911 RFPs and Implementation
With so many considerations, both internal and external expertise and collaboration are required for a successful 911 implementation.
This report provides the foundation necessary for enterprises to assess their ability to effectively manage emergency information and maintain a safe workplace.
Download “Telecom and Legal Considerations in 911 Planning: The Importance of a Team-Based Approach” here: http://www.ccmi.com/telecom-legal-considerations-911-planning