2 PM EST
Date: January 6, 2022
Time: 2:00 PM EST
Join Our Webinar to Learn Everything You Need to Know Regarding Kari’s Law and the Ray Baum Act and How It Effects Your Business
Mark January 6th, 2022, on your calendars. This is the deadline by which non-fixed phone lines and applications, including softphone platforms, will need to comply with RAY BAUM’S Act Phase 2 Compliance Deadline.
RAY BAUM’S Act was implemented by the Federal Communications Commission to improve multi-line telephone systems (MLTS), which are typically found in office buildings, on campuses, in hotels, etc. What is Kari’s Law? Kari’s Law ensures that anyone can reach a 911 call center when dialing 911 from an MLTS. The law is named in honor of Kari Hunt, who was killed in a motel room by her estranged husband in 2013 when her daughter could not dial 911.
Do you know if your phone system is compliant with Kari’s Law & The Ray Baum Act? If you are a System Administrator, do your customer’s systems meet the requirements? Emergencies happen, and it’s vital that users can dial 911 and their location be identified by first responders.
- February 16, 2020 – Kari’s Law Enforced
Every phone (soft or physical) that can dial the public switch network, has to be able to call 911 directly without any type of access codes.
- January 6, 2021 – Ray Baum’s Act Phase 1
911 Calls from ‘fixed’ locations (e.g., stationary, wired) must have a dispatchable location
- January 6, 2022 – Ray Baum’s Act Phase 2
911 Calls from ‘non-fixed’ locations must have a dispatchable location
If you are responsible for overseeing a business phone system, then you need to sign up for this webinar and understand the importance of these laws.
Join for a virtual webinar on Kari’s Law and the Ray Baum Act to ensure your phone system complies.
We Will Discuss:
- What is Kari’s Law, and who does it affect?
- What is The Ray Baum Act, and how does it impact telecom resellers?
- January 6th, 2022 Compliance Requirements
- What are your obligations as a customer? Or a system administrator?