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Putting safety first at the Port of Bergen

Home→BlogSince 2013 Bergen Havn, the Port of Bergen, has used RAYVN as their system for critical event management. In the following years, Christian Hafstad, Harbour Master at Port of Bergen, has seen significant changes in the world of critical event management and RAYVN itself.There have been major changes and improvements
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8 Trends for your critical event response strategy

Home→BlogThis ebook outlines eight key trends that are impacting global critical events. Learn why companies and institutes should take them into consideration in 2022 and beyond! Download the ebook and read more about cyberthreats, the need for flexibility and training and the imperative for business continuity.Get your copy First name Last name
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Developing a dynamic simulator for automated Emergency response training

Home→BlogRAYVN and Sklls have been awarded public funding for developing a simulator for emergency response trainingErik Skaara, Cheif development officer, RAYVN RAYVN AS, and Sklls AS have been granted funding by Innovation Norway to enrich the emergency preparedness space by developing and delivering a simulator for emergency response training through
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4 Tips for an effective Digital Crisis Management

Home→BlogIs your crisis management plan a Castle in the air? Is it incompetent to do the job it was made for? What if a crisis strikes tomorrow? Is it actionable enough to manage a crisis without delays and complications? Or is it only useful in theory? If your plan is
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7 Steps to Help You Through a Crisis

Home→BlogEvery organization is vulnerable to crises and unforeseen critical events. They often happen quickly and unexpectedly, creating serious damages to business resources. How an organization responds and reacts has a long-term impact on its brand reputation. Thus, crisis management shouldn’t be only reactive; it should also consider pre-protective measures and
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6 Reasons to Digitize Your Crisis Management

Home→BlogWhen an unforeseen critical event strikes, your organizations must respond at lightning speed to get ahead of a critical situation. Traditionally, many decision-makers and executives use manual crisis management plans to decide the next actions and responses. However, these hard-copy plans are not actionable and don’t sustain real-time response and
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How do You notify your personnel when critical events strike you?

Home→BlogWhen an incident has occurred, there are several ways to notify your team, coworkers, and stakeholders. This blog article will give you an overview of some of the most common methods, along with the pros and cons.The easier, the better, and this is what RAYVN does so well with the
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5 Tips & Tricks to Improve Your Next Emergency Exercise

Home→BlogMany Post-incident assessments and reviews prove that knowledge gained during emergency exercises was the best way to prepare teams to respond effectively to critical events. Emergency exercises such as tabletop exercises (TTX) should engage teams and stakeholders in managing and responding to a Simulation Exercise (SimEx) that simulates a real-life
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ISO 22329:2021 – a new standard for using social media in emergencies

Home→BlogEffective communication among organizations and key stakeholders is essential for crisis management. The evolution of social media and other traditional media such as television, radio, and newspapers have provided more communication options and improved information exchange capacity. Yet, it has opened the door for some unthoughtful challenges.Recently, ISO has released
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