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The Alertus Seminar Series Goes Big In Texas

Tacos, Cowboys fans, and 90-degree weather greeted the Alertus Seminar Series as it touched down in Fort Worth on June 15th. The emergency preparedness seminar hosted by Tarrant County College brought more than 30 emergency preparedness professionals from all over Texas together to network and learn best safety practices.

Deputy Chief Leland Strickland led the day’s presentations with a compelling lecture on vehicle-based attacks. His presentation took attendees on a journey through the history of vehicle-based attacks and how to both identify and mitigate risks of an attack during special events.

Tarrant County College’s own Kirk Driver, Emergency Management Manager, followed with a humorous presentation on how to “Think, Prepare, and Act” when emergencies arise. His animated discussion delivered a great balance of fun and learning that kept everyone laughing and engaged.

Alertus Regional Account Manager, Ryan Kelly demonstrates how the Alertus Panic Button plays a significant role in emergency mass notification.

Alertus Regional Account Manager, Ryan Kelly demonstrates how the Alertus Panic Button plays a significant role in emergency mass notification.

View highlights of the seminar here or watch below. 

Alertus would like to thank Tarrant County College and all who participated in making this seminar such a great success.

Visit www.alertus.com/events to learn more about the Alertus Seminar Series and find information on upcoming events.