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Heat Stress Prevention: Understanding Wet Bulb Globe Temperature

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Role playing with school stakeholders is the first step to ensuring your emergency plans and procedures are effective. By Robin Hattersley Gray · May 24, 2017

Michele Gay, who lost her daughter in the 2012 Sandy Hook School tragedy, talks about her experience before, during and after the active shooter attack and how she is working to protect other children and K-12 campuses. By Michele Gay · May 22, 2017

Campus Safety HQ launches a new tool to help schools develop a comprehensive approach to safety and security situation. By CS Staff · May 18, 2017

In light of Hurricane Preparedness week, consider what you can do to improve your institution's emergency operations. By Zach Winn · May 08, 2017

Campus Safety HQ’s new transportation and emergency preparedness training video will help school bus drivers maintain safety and security. By CS Staff · May 08, 2017

Severe weather safety starts with detection and emergency communications. Severe weather alerts should be specific and brief. By Anna Porteus · April 25, 2017

Errors in emergency response contributed to the casualty figures, according to the court. By CS Staff · April 17, 2017

School safety and security incidents don’t just happen when class is in session. Will your coaches, sponsors and directors know how to respond when an emergency occurs? By Robby Ball · April 06, 2017

Dallas will host one of this year’s three premier Campus Safety Conferences for school and university security professionals, police and administrators. By CS Staff · April 03, 2017

The emergency response programs provide funding to state and local law enforcement agencies. By CS Staff · March 20, 2017