Low-cost strategies include conducting a walk-through of school grounds and creating use policies for outside groups.
Technologies such as real-time location systems play a pivotal role in supporting staff and patients and addressing ongoing healthcare challenges, including workplace violence.
Educational communities must prioritize health and wellness, recognizing that the welfare of each student impacts the collective well-being.
Multifunctional, fire-rated glazing supports a welcoming environment and protects against multiple life-safety threats.
Interviews with teachers about why they don’t want their doors to be closed and locked are not about safety concerns — they are almost 100% about students’ bathroom trips.
By providing accessible transportation services such as wheelchair-accessible shuttles and on-demand transit solutions, universities can remove barriers for students with mobility challenges.
Campus security starts on the school bus and there are technologies available to improve student safety during pickup and drop-off.
Without DEI programs, schools and universities place the academic performance, mental health, and safety of their most vulnerable students at risk.
Regardless of an institution’s budgetary constraints, there are tried and true precautions that can be taken to better protect their campus.
Here are four tips for tightening up violence prevention and response plans to help your campus mitigate acts of violence against professors.