ETS Proactive Tools Help Owners, Managers and Tenants Prepare for the Inevitable
“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” – Ben Franklin 

Did you know that more than 3,000 organizations, consisting of national, regional, and local public and private organizations, will be supporting emergency preparedness efforts in September? Indeed!  It is National Preparedness Month! For you this is a great opportunity to proactively engage tenants and property staff to ensure everyone is aware of resources and information that could save lives!

You might find yourself asking: “How might WE provide information to our tenants in advance of extenuating circumstances?” And more specifically…

  • Do we have a centralized Emergency Preparedness resource?
  • Is it available on mobile?
  • Do we have alert messaging capabilities?
  • Do we know if our tenants are aware and using preparedness resources?

If your answer is “that’s a negative,” we’d like to help!  Read on to learn about best practices, proactive preparedness and how to best leverage National Preparedness Month with tools from Electronic Tenant® Solutions.

BEFORE AN EVENT | TOOLS TO SET UP AHEAD OF TIME

  • Electronic Tenant® Portal
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    An invaluable, web-based, desktop and mobile informational  hub providing 24 / 7 access to any and all information needed by tenants and others associated with the property. Emergencies take many forms:

    • Active Shooter
    • Bomb Threat
    • Civil Disturbances
    • Elevator Malfunction
    • Fire and Medical Emergencies
    • Flooding
    • Power Outage
    • Severe Weather
    • Toxic Hazard

Set up a portal that outlines procedures for each emergency type, so tenants are in the know … before an event happens.

  • Mobile Property
    Blog.Mobile Mobile Property is your building’s Electronic Tenant® Portal available 24/7/365 in your pocket. Tenants have access to all the information and features of the Electronic Tenant® Portal specifically designed for any mobile device. Most notably, tenants will have Emergency Procedures at their fingertips and receive alerts through the app (as well as text messages and email).
  • Proactive Tenant Engagement – use communications apps like Instant Alert and Email Notification to deliver preparedness tips and point tenants to resources like Electronic Tenant® Portal and Mobile Property Emergency Procedures as well as video training and testing tools. Elevator and lobby signage are also great ways to foster awareness of resources.
  • Video Training & Testing Application
    VidTrainingTestingAn ETS application that promotes, and documents, preparedness and understanding of procedures required in mitigating circumstances.  It aims to equip property management personnel with the capacity to provide insurance companies detailed reports evidencing occupant preparedness for extenuating circumstances lessening a property’s liability exposure and associated costs. 
  • Prepared Property Package
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    This is a unique tool offered by Electronic Tenant® Solutions that combines emergency preparedness content and web-based application functionality to proactively engage and prepare tenants for any extenuating circumstances.

DURING AN EVENT | ALERT YOUR TEAM IN REAL-TIME

  • Instant Alert Application
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    Professional-grade, powerful and agile alert app that allows for an effective and efficient way for property managers to keep tenants aware and prepared for changing circumstances in the property.

  • Email Notification
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    A professional-grade, web-based, individual / group / property / portfolio email application.

Call us prepared! When minutes to safety can mean saving time and saving lives, online and mobile communication tools become truly invaluable resources. By integrating such resources ahead of time you allow your team to be better informed, better equipped, and better prepared before and during an emergency.

Visit us at www.electronictenant.com for more information or contact us at 202.342.7090.

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Can’t Get Enough? More on Preparedness From our Blog…
  • Communication is the Mother of PREVENTION
    A recent article at GlobeSt.com reviews potential losses to Commercial Property Owners and tenants in the wake of a major natural disaster.  However, they don’t have to be sitting ducks. Read more on how owners and tenants of major commercial buildings can take control and prevent loss with ETS Communication Apps.

    CASE STUDY FOR PREPAREDNESS: HURRICANE SANDY
  • Got Tools? It’s All About Having the Right Ones …at the Right Time
    Seeing the Critical Difference with ETS Prepared PropertyPreparing your tenants, in advance of extenuating circumstances, as well as having the ability to efficiently and effectively communicate with them during an emergency, can make the critical difference. Read our blog article with case study on Super Storm Sandy and how NYC Owners and Tenants are becoming “Climate-Ready” with comments from Dan Zarrilli, the Director of the NYC Office of Recovery and Resiliency
  • Property Managers Take Heed from Sandy
    Hey Property Managers, are you properly equipped to handle the wide-range of emergency situations that can take place at, or around, your property? Check out our review of Bisnow’s article on the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy and what some PM’s are now doing to take back preparedness!
  • Northeast Properties Use ETS Instant Alert App to Notify Tenants of Recovery Status
    A preemptive notice out to all of our subscribers in the North East Region of the United States, encouraging them to utilize Instant Alert and Email Notification Applications before and during Hurricane Sandy. see post.

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Electronic Tenant® Solutions' web-portals and applications are deployed by over half a billion square feet of preeminent commercial property, and has become a leading resource for redefining the tenant experience.

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