There is a seemingly never-ending list of concerns for colleges to consider before reopening, but these four objectives should be top of mind.
The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30.
Many are opting to not hold in-person classes in December due to experts predicting a more severe second wave of COVID-19 infections in the fall.
Stay connected. Stay vigilant. The Campus Safety Online Summit is July 7-8!
It’s critical to understand the laws, how to get compliant, and consequences for non-compliance.
Those in charge of campus safety should use the COVID-19 pandemic as a way to evaluate existing emergency operations plans.
The ability to protect children and employees at higher risk for severe illness is just one of the issues schools should consider before reopening their campuses.
The 2020 Campus Safety Conferences had been scheduled for June 15-17 in Las Vegas, NV; July 12-14 in Bethesda, MD; and July 26-28 in San Antonio, TX.
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