Preparing your students and staff to respond to violence in school is not easy or comfortable. But you can equip them with life skills in a trauma-informed way to ensure they are empowered to survive during a violent incident.
Modern incident management systems should enable fire alarm, mass notification and building integration in one comprehensive emergency communication solution.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted schools across the United States, altering traditional approaches to education to ensure a safe and supportive learning environment.
As pandemic uncertainty continues to challenge students’ mental health and overall sense of safety, school leaders must remain vigilant in identifying concerning behaviors that can result in a student harming themselves or others.
Early detection of threats is the key to ensuring campus safety. Automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) can help alert to impending threats at the very first signs, enabling you to take immediate action to keep your campus safe.
In today’s “new normal,” educational institutions need the right communication tools to respond effectively to emergencies now more than ever. Are you prepared?
Campuses not only need to inform those who could be impacted, but also engage them, manage the situation, and share intelligence with first responders. Even better, what if they could prevent the incident from happening in the first place?
Contact tracing is an effective tool in slowing the spread of COVID-19 but it only works if done in a trustworthy, secure and private manner for individuals, public health authorities and their contact tracers, and Gathering Places.
Many emergency mass notification vendors are focusing their efforts on making service available primarily through apps. After all, doesn’t everyone love apps and love their mobile phones? Well, yes and no…
Imagine an emergency event occurring at a local school or office. Over the years we’ve grown to expect an alarm to sound. In a society where information and communication reign supreme, is a simple alarm enough to make us feel safe and informed as to how to respond should a tragic situation take place?