Have you considered visitors
in your emergency response plan?



We all hope emergencies will not occur on our watch. But are we prepared for evacuation?

In the past, great steps have been taken to ensure employees are trained and made aware of safety procedures, fire exits, and evacuation requirements. Visitors, on the other hand, are often forgotten in the response plan. Based on their short and infrequent visits to our site, we lose track of who is currently in our building and struggle with communicating critical information to them, before and during emergencies. We are accountable for their safety and urgently need to rethink our emergency processes.  

So, what can we do? How do we ensure my business is prepared for any crisis? 

Join us for a webinar and learn 

  • Why visitors are a critical part of your planning for emergency evacuations
  • How to easily communicate critical safety procedures as part of the sign-in process
  • What steps to take in case of emergency: instantly account for and alert visitors and hosts  

All attendees will receive the recording and a guide on how to ensure your visitors are accounted for in case of emergency. 

July 12th, 2017
10:00 –
10:30am PST

Cannot make it at this time?
Register to receive the recording or get in touch for a dedicated call.


  • Alex Brennan, Account Executive at Traction Guest
    Based out of Vancouver, Alex has worked with organizations ranging in size from a single operator to Fortune 500; ensuring they have the right visitor management processes in place. He has a passion for business and a knack for solving business challenges using technology. 

  • Keith Metcalfe, Managing Director of Traction Guest
    With a diverse background in the tech industry, Keith has extensive knowledge in identifying strategic trends and celebrating the importance of data, business intelligence, and innovation. He sees a critical business requirement and opportunity in transforming visitor management to significantly improve security, efficiency, and insight.

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