Galain Solutions Releases Survey to Identify Emergency Alert Topics

Alert Informational Series to be Produced for Public Safety and Campus Emergency Community.

Franklin, TN, November 21, 2013 --( Galain Solutions, Inc., a consultancy dedicated to more effective alerts, warnings and mass notifications, has announced plans to produce an informational series to provide guidance to public safety and Campus Safety organizations. Galain President Rick Wimberly said, “One of the biggest frustrations I’ve experienced in the alert and warning industry is realizing that, although a client may have good technology in place, their alerting initiative was failing because of implementation issues.” Wimberly said his company hopes the informational series will help.

Galain is conducting an online survey of public safety officials and industry personnel to determine topics to cover through the informational series. Among the general topics Galain is considering are: managing the different alerting channels available, engaging the public in alerting initiatives, and working with national alerting initiatives. “The survey results will help us know precisely which topics would be more beneficial,” said Wimberly.

The online survey can be found at Public safety, campus safety, and emergency management officials and those involved in the alert, warning and mass notification industry are encouraged to participate. The informational series will be made available at no charge.

About Galain: Galain is a Franklin, Tennessee-based consulting firm with specific expertise in alerts and warnings, and mass notification technology. The company serves government clients at federal, state, and local levels, as well as corporate clients. Galain writes on related topics extensively and is often called upon to speak at conferences and other events. Its blog for award-winning Emergency Management magazine on alerts and notifications is followed widely by emergency management professionals. (You can find the blog at
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Shannon Myers