- Site assessment and workshop – includes an enhanced weather risk summary, action planning, trigger chart development/review, and build out of a communication structure
- Service refinement – includes operational concerns of the customer, customer feedback, point of customer contact, and defined forecast updates, methods, etc.
Pre-storm and during weather event activation
- Active monitoring – live or pre-recorded daily briefings with DTN plus remote active monitoring and updates and weather/impact guidance
- Cross-functional communication – briefings for emergency management, executive leadership teams, constituents, or other stakeholders
- Post-Storm Report (PSR) – written analysis of the weather event and information shared for customers to use with key stakeholders
- Post-event assessment – review provides data that can be used to influence updates to upcoming action and communication plans
Link weather forecasts, consultation and alerts with operational planning
- Actionable insights – reduce your liability with professional, independent insights
- Reduced costs – save time and money by minimizing costs and limiting unnecessary downtime
- Educated decisions – make expert-supported, confident decisions
- Safety first – ensure a high level of safety and efficiency
Recently, the New York City Emergency Management Department selected DTN to provide additional forecast guidance for its severe weather response planning.Read More.
Our experienced risk communicator meteorologists can help forecast, monitor and assess your risks, provide alerts and advice leading up to and during impactful weather events, and offer post-storm analysis.