April 2

Watch Now

Government agencies have long perfected their preparedness and response strategies in the event an emergency impacts the public, but what if that emergency was directly affecting your own employees? With workplace-related incidents on the rise – from violence and natural disasters to illness outbreaks – it’s becoming increasingly critical for agency leaders to know how to protect their communities from the inside out. On April 2, our panel of experts will discuss how to put together effective crisis communication plans and utilize an emergency notification and alerting solution to improve workplace safety. Register now for this informative webcast to also:

  • Learn how to the make the most of emergency communications tools you may already have in place and identify which ones you may need to invest in
  • Find out how to assess your own preparedness plans and the steps to get started, self-assess and improve
  • Hear success stories from agencies that have overcome workplace safety challenges


Troy Harper

Troy Harper

General Manager, Public Sector, OnSolve

Troy Harper joined OnSolve in 2013, bringing more than 20 years of emergency services experience to the team. He served 13 successful years as the Emergency Management Chief for Flagler County, FL; a coastal county with 100,000 residents and one of Florida’s fastest growing communities. His career includes extensive planning, response and recovery activities for twelve federally declared disasters, weather emergencies, manmade incidents and wildfires, including one of Florida’s most devastating wildfires. Harper also served as the appointed County 911 Coordinator and managed a multi-jurisdictional Public Safety Radio System. He served in the United States Air Force and holds multiple certifications. His experiences with emergency management, law enforcement, fire rescue, public health and search and rescue bring a discipline-specific approach to the OnSolve methodology.

Don Hall

Don Hall

CEM, Government Solutions Director, OnSolve

Don Hall’s public safety career experience includes 20 years as an Emergency Manager in Calvert County, Md., Jacksonville, FL and Washington, D.C. He also spent 10 years in law enforcement and 911 emergency communications and has 42 years of active duty experience in the Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service in Maryland. He has managed and directed more than 30 Presidential Disaster Declarations during his emergency management career and received numerous public safety- related awards and citations.

Morgan Wright

Morgan Wright — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

Morgan is an internationally recognized expert on cybersecurity strategy, cyberterrorism, identity theft and privacy. Morgan's landmark testimony before Congress on Healthcare.gov changed how the government collected personally identifiable information. He currently is an advisor to the US Congress House Science, Space and Technology Committee. He’s made hundreds of appearances on national news, radio, print and web, and has spoken to audiences around the world. Previously Morgan was a Senior Advisor in the US State Department Antiterrorism Assistance Program and Senior Law Enforcement Advisor for the 2012 Republican National Convention. In addition to 18 years in state and local law enforcement as a highly decorated state trooper and detective, Morgan has developed solutions in defense, justice and intelligence for the largest technology companies in the world including Cisco, Unisys and SAIC. He’s a contributing author for the 4th Edition Computer Security Handbook, and has been quoted in 2 New York Times best sellers (Sharyl Attkisson: Stonewalled and Carmine Gallow: Talk Like TED).