Code Blue Corporation is pleased to announce a number of upgrades and additions to its catalog of industry pioneering emergency communication solutions to provide even more options to customers looking to improve safety and security at their location. CB 2-e Help Point solution upgrade As first exhibited at the Global Security Expo 2019 (GSX) in September in Chicago, USA, the CB 2-e has been redesigned to make it easier to install and more economical. One of Code Blue’s most popular wall-mounted Help Points, the CB 2-e will feature a lightweight, two-piece design that makes installation and maintenance easy for a single person. Additionally, CB 2-e delivers a 4-inch depth that is slim enough to be ADA compliant on any wall, making it an ideal match for high-traffic areas like parking garages and building entrances. Code Blue also is announcing the release of the CB RT, a durable, freestanding pedestal CB 4-s hooded call box The CB 4-s, Code Blue’s hooded call box, and the former CB 6-s, which will now be known as the Surface Mount Enclosure, have been updated as well to be lighter and more economical without sacrificing any of the durability that is synonymous with all Code Blue products. Code Blue also is announcing the release of the CB RT, a durable, freestanding pedestal that can reliably house either the IP5000 VoIP or IA4100 analog hands-free speakerphones. For more than 30 years, the trademarked cylindrical design of Code Blue’s signature pedestal Help Points has served as an easily identifiable means to reliably request assistance at the touch of a button. S-1000 LED Beacon/Strobe light The addition of the CB RT and its rectangular design offers another simple and cost-effective option to effectively install communication devices. Available in either wet- or power-coated paint, the CB RT is 9 feet tall and features Code Blue’s powerful S-1000 LED Beacon/Strobe light that is easily visible in open areas and large campus settings. “These improvements are a direct response to feedback from customers, who need economical choices that are easy to install, but also are durable, visible and reliable,” Director of Distribution, Code Blue Corp., Katie Petre said. “Code Blue prides itself on being the industry leader in quality and customer service, and these upgrades make reliable safety even more obtainable and attractive for both new and existing customers.” Code Blue’s new features and products will be available to order starting January 1, 2020.
Code Blue Corporation once again will be returning as a sponsor for National Campus Safety Awareness Month (NCSAM) in September. During NCSAM, Clery Center will partner with colleges, universities and other organisations to provide professional development opportunities that address the background of certain campus safety areas and strategies for talking about those areas with campus community members. Raising college campus awareness “For more than 30 years, student safety has been at the core of Code Blue’s mission and it remains a top priority today,” Code Blue Director of Distribution Katie Petre said. “We are proud to continue our support of Clery Center and the vital work it does to raise awareness on college campuses around the nation.” In 2018, more than 500 individuals from 409 colleges participated in NCSAM’s free webinar series NCSAM was unanimously approved by Congress in 2008 to encourage a public conversation on important topics in violence prevention at the nation’s colleges and universities. In 2018, more than 500 individuals from 409 colleges participated in NCSAM’s free webinar series, with access to additional tools and resources. Campus safety through education Clery Center is a national non-profit organisation focused on promoting college and university campus safety through education, awareness, policy, and prevention initiatives. “This year’s theme of ‘Bridging the Gap’ focuses on connecting theory to practice in areas campuses often find confusing or challenging,” said Laura Egan, Clery Center Senior Director of Programs. “Through providing subject matter experts across the field in our webinars and hands-on resources like our flowcharts and tools, Clery Center highlights the questions that need answers and provides applicable ways to put the answers into practice.”
Code Blue Corporation is proud to return this September as sponsor for National Campus Safety Awareness Month (NCSAM). During NCSAM, Clery Center will partner with colleges, universities and other organisations to provide professional development opportunities that address the background of certain campus safety areas and strategies for talking about those areas with campus community members. “Code Blue heavily values the safety and security of each and every student on college campuses around the nation,” Code Blue Director of Distribution Katie Petre said. “We strongly support the mission of Clery Center and are more than happy to help sponsor this awareness initiative.” Promoting campus safety through education NCSAM was unanimously approved by Congress in 2008 to encourage a public conversation on important topics in violence prevention at our nation’s colleges and universities. In 2017, more than 1,300 people from nearly 1,000 organisations participated in NCSAM’s free webinar series, with access to additional tools and resources. Clery Center is a national non-profit organisation focused on promoting college and university campus safety Clery Center is a national non-profit organisation focused on promoting college and university campus safety through education, awareness, policy, and prevention initiatives. Free of cost training “This year’s NCSAM campaign — What’s Your Message? — helps institutions reflect and improve upon the many ways they communicate critical safety messages and provides new strategies for reaching their campus communities,” Clery Center Interim Executive Director Abigail Boyer said. “NCSAM launches a year-long conversation about how campuses can best support their students and employees and we’re thrilled to again partner with Code Blue to provide training and resources at no cost during the month of September.”
Code Blue Corporation, the industry pioneering manufacturer of emergency communication solutions, has promoted Katie Petre to Director of Distribution. In the newly created role, Petre will be responsible for leading sales, marketing and customer service projects with non-enterprise business partners for the organisation. Her objectives will include unifying the processes and policies utilised by each department to increase efficiency and enhance Code Blue’s relationships with customers and sales partners, while also managing interdepartmental projects. Improving operational efficiency “The all-encompassing contributions and value Katie has provided to Code Blue have been evident since her first day,” CEO David Cook said. “By aligning leadership for our sales, customer service and marketing teams, we not only will be able to improve our operational efficiencies but increase the value we provide to our customers and sales partners.” A graduate of Grand Valley State University, Petre joined Code Blue in 2017 as Director of Experience. She has extensive experience in marketing, sales and customer service. Prior to Code Blue, she was a Senior Corporate Communications Specialist for Spectrum Health and an HR BPO Business Analyst for Fifth Third Bank. Her resume also includes work in retail and telecommunications.
Student safety remains a top priority at campuses around the United States, which is why Code Blue Corporation is proud to renew its partnership with the Clery Center as a sponsor for Jeanne Clery Act Training events and during National Campus Safety Awareness Month (NCSAM). The Clery Center regularly hosts Clery Act training around the country, providing its members with exclusive services, expertise, resources and customised campus assessments. Additionally, the Clery Center partners with colleges, universities, and other organisations each September for NCSAM to offer free, high-quality programming, educational tools and resources that promote a community approach to campus safety. Awareness and support “The Clery Center’s ability to expand awareness and support for their programs year after year is invaluable,” Code Blue Director of Experience Katie Petre said. “Clery Act training sessions and educational initiatives, like National Campus Safety Awareness Month, provide important resources to campus communities who are looking to improve safety and security, which has been Code Blue’s mission since Day 1.” The Clery Act is a federal law that aims to provide transparency around college and university campus crime policy and statistics. NCSAM was unanimously approved by Congress in 2008 to encourage a public conversation on important topics in violence prevention at our nation’s colleges and universities. College and university campus safety The Clery Center is a national non-profit 501(c)(3) organisation focused on promoting college and university campus safety through education, awareness, policy and prevention initiatives. The Clery Center was the first non-profit organisation dedicated to the prevention of criminal violence at colleges and universities nationwide. “Clery Center is thrilled to have the support and partnership of Code Blue to enhance the experience of our training. We share a commitment to creating safer campuses through a collaborative approach. We appreciate working with Code Blue as an ally in prioritising the safety of our communities.” Clery Center Executive Director Alison Kiss said.
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