Reduced costs and reduced burdens to facilities and security teams are just some of the reasons colleges should consider hiring a managed service provider to run their contact tracing program.
All schools should have emergency/crisis plans and lockdown procedures in place, and train staff, teachers and students.
For building and energy managers, reopening campus buildings cannot be done with the flip of a switch. Here’s how monitoring-based commissioning can help.
Interoperability solutions integrate mass notification systems, security cameras, two-way radios and other technologies to reduce the amount of time it takes for first responders to resolve an incident.
The CDC recommends school administrators enhance communications systems as they prepare to reopen. Here are five ways messaging can help ensure a safer return.
Traditional law enforcement agencies should consider adopting many of the public safety approaches that work on college campuses.
Monitoring building access and optimizing HVAC systems to limit the spread of COVID-19 are just a few ways K-12 schools can reopen with confidence.
The provisions, added by the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 require colleges to enact policies and programs to prevent and respond to sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking.
With a required implementation date of Aug. 14, 2020, K-12 schools must quickly make changes to sexual harassment policies and procedures.
George Floyd’s death has prompted calls for campuses to “defund the police” and/or sever ties with local law enforcement, but are those moves knee-jerk reactions that will backfire?