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With the summer approaching organizations like schools and universities are winding down, while offices and other facilities may see less activity as employees go on vacation. But summer doesn’t need to be an idle time when it comes to safety, if fact it is the opportune time to tackle lingering projects to help improve safety for the rest of the year.

In this webinar, Allen Cain, director of safety and security for Gilbert Schools, and Pat Scheckel from Singlewire Software, will outline the safety projects organizations should consider undertaking over the summer to be ready when normal operations resume in the fall. From identifying the situations you should prepare for, to maximizing your investment in existing devices and systems, Allen and Pat will share their expertise to help you tackle your most pressing summer projects.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion, participants will be able to:

  • The benefits of working on safety projects over the summer
  • The types of safety incidents they may not have thought to prepare for
  • How to expand mass notification integrations to reach more people during an emergency
  • And tips for getting the most out of the safety tools they’ve already invested in

Credit Information

Completion of this webinar is eligible for 1 CPE credit. CPE credits for ASIS-sponsored webinars will be updated in your user profile within 48 hours of completion. Self-reporting of CPE credits is not required. 


Pat Scheckel

Executive Vice President of Product Management
Singlewire Software

Pat Scheckel is the Executive Vice President of Product Management for Singlewire Software, a leading developer of mass notification solutions. Pat has more than 15 years of experience helping organizations across a wide range of industries implement tools that enhance safety and communication. Pat is keenly aware of the challenges organizations face when trying to keeping their people safe and informed. Pat and his team work to directly address the issues customers are experiencing with innovative solutions. He works to ensure that every organization can reach all of their people with important safety updates everywhere, every time.

Allen Cain

Director of Safety and Security
Gilbert Schools

Allen Cain is the Director of Safety and Security for Gilbert Schools in Gilbert, Arizona, with a demonstrated history of working in the primary/secondary education industry. He has a background in law enforcement, emergency management, tactics, emergency services, and counterterrorism. Cain is a strong military and protective services professional with a Master of Science (M.S.) focused in Criminal Justice/Police Science from Lewis University.


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Please note that online subscriptions and downloadable products are nonrefundable, nontransferable.

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