Keep Remote Workers Safe and Devices E911 Compliant
Long term remote work plans are no longer news. In order to make decisions about the future of your work landscape, it is imperative to understand responsibilities to keep remote workers safe while complying with federal E911 legislation. And, receive your own FREE checklist to guide you through your path to compliance.
Jerry Eisner, ENP, and Vice President of Public Safety of RedSky Technologies Answers Your Questions:
- What are Kari's Law & the RAY BAUM Act, again?
- How do I protect my remote workers with E911?
- What steps do I need to take to gain compliance? And, by when?
- What are the specific deadlines for static vs. nomadic devices?
About Jerry Eisner
Jerry Eisner’s role relies on his thirty-five years of experience in public safety communications and his involvement in the regulatory aspects at the State and Federal level, Standards bodies including NENA, APCO, NFPA, and ATIS. In addition, he represents RedSky in many industry trade and governmental organizations including NG9-1-1 Institute, the 9-1-1 National Program Office, and iCERT. He has lead efforts to obtain and maintain certification within the Department of Defense, leadership in NG9-1-1 for the enterprise, and supports our business development efforts from a technical perspective.