Emergency Management

Read: How to Evaluate Competing Technology

How to Evaluate Competing Technology

A systematic approach will help to ensure your organization makes the right public safety and security technology purchasing decisions.

Read: School Lockdowns: 9 Tips for More Effective Lockdowns

School Lockdowns: 9 Tips for More Effective Lockdowns

Keeping doors locked, avoiding codes and having reverse evacuation protocols will help to ensure your lockdowns are implemented quickly.

Read: Campus Safety Conferences Texas & East Provide Deep Learning, Fun Networking, and Innovative Technology Solutions

Campus Safety Conferences Texas & East Provide Deep Learning, Fun Networking, and Innovative Technology Solutions

CSC Texas is July 21-23 in Dallas, and CSC East is Aug. 6-8 in Charlotte, N.C.

Read: Effective Mass Notification Can Influence Campus Community Response to Emergencies

Effective Mass Notification Can Influence Campus Community Response to Emergencies

The NFPA improved the requirements of the “Fire Alarm and Signaling Code” to create a meaningful and effective method for reaching its intended audience during a crisis.

Read: Hurley, Johnson, Markham and Reed Named 2019 Directors of the Year

Hurley, Johnson, Markham and Reed Named 2019 Directors of the Year

Congratulations to the 2019 Director of the Year winners!

Read: Audit Finds NYC Schools Unprepared for Emergency Situations

Audit Finds NYC Schools Unprepared for Emergency Situations

An audit of NYC schools’ safety plans found missing floor plans, unarmed door alarms, and a lack of drills and coordination, among other things.

Read: Improving Fire System Performance and False Alarm Reduction with Multisensor Detection

Improving Fire System Performance and False Alarm Reduction with Multisensor Detection

Multisensor detection has the potential to reduce the number of false alarms by up to nearly 40%.

Read: New York No Longer Allows Religious Exemptions for Vaccines

New York No Longer Allows Religious Exemptions for Vaccines

The law goes into effect immediately but will give unvaccinated students up to 30 days after they enter school to prove they’re caught up.

Read: 5 Qualities Your School Violence Prevention Program Grant Applications Should Include

5 Qualities Your School Violence Prevention Program Grant Applications Should Include

Here’s what the DOJ is looking for and how to make your SVPP grant application can stand out from the crowd.

Read: The Ultimate Guide to Incident Management for Higher Education

The Ultimate Guide to Incident Management for Higher Education

Download this FREE guide to learn how to reduce the frequency and severity of events impacting your campus.

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