Awareity Launches MySafeSchoolZone.com Website
14-Oct-2010 | News-Press Release
Awareity, a leading provider of connecting the dots and CYA services, announced today the launch of a new website at http://www.mysafeschoolzone.com. This redesigned website provides a landing page for Awareity’s education clients and prospects.
The MySafeSchoolZone.com site offers a clean and simplified design and provides a comprehensive overview of Awareity’s new TIPS (Threat Assessment, Incident Management and Prevention Services) for schools. Visitors can learn more about TIPS, view sample Incident Reporting forms, Frequently Asked Questions and sample reporting and threat assessment team tools. The site also features several of Awareity’s slideshows focusing on some of the biggest risks and challenges facing school districts today, including bullying, cyberbullying, school violence and more.
Visitors can also schedule a free online demonstration or sign up for a free 30 Day Trial of Awareity’s TIPS in conjunction with National Bullying Prevention Month.
A quick link to www.awareity.com connects visitors to Awareity’s social network links, free resources and the Lessons Learned Blog providing case studies and lessons learned from other school districts.
“We are excited about the release of MySafeSchoolZone.com and our new TIPS tools and hope to provide valuable resources visitors can access on an ongoing basis,” said Katie Weaver, Director of Marketing and Client Support for Awareity. “This updated website will help our education clients and prospects stay informed on the latest ways they can improve school safety and save time, money and valuable resources.”
Awareity delivers holistic solutions based on lessons learned and real world incidents helping organizational leaders to more effectively connect the dots, significantly reduce costs, prevent unwanted incidents from occurring, respond to challenges more efficiently and improve CYA.
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