Bystanders

Read: Take the Annual National College Student Bystander Intervention Study

Take the Annual National College Student Bystander Intervention Study

The study seeks to gain a clearer understanding of why students fail to act in bystander situations that warrant intervention, and with this information, develop evidence- and context-based programs that educate and empower students.

Read: 5 Campus Safety Trends That Shaped the Last Decade

5 Campus Safety Trends That Shaped the Last Decade

As we approach the start of a new decade and take a look back at the last 10 years, campus safety and security have undeniably evolved. Here’s how.

Read: Student Revived By SRO, Nurse After His Heart Stopped

Student Revived By SRO, Nurse After His Heart Stopped

The nurse applied an automatic external defibrillator while the school resource officer continued with chest compressions.

Read: What Is Bystander Care and Why Is It So Important?

What Is Bystander Care and Why Is It So Important?

First responders take about ten minutes on average to arrive at the scene of an emergency. Bystander care could assist in saving a life.

Read: Effectively Responding to Active Shooters in Healthcare Facilities

Effectively Responding to Active Shooters in Healthcare Facilities

“Secure, Preserve, Fight” can be an alternative way to respond to active shooters in healthcare settings when “Run, Hide, Fight” is not possible.

Read: Med Tac Specialty Programs Target Specific Environments

Med Tac Specialty Programs Target Specific Environments

A training program that teaches bystanders life-saving techniques has expanded to include specific professions such as lifeguards and flight crews.

Read: 8 Most Common Preventable Health Hazards

8 Most Common Preventable Health Hazards

Here are the top eight health hazards that non-medical bystanders can help mitigate until first responders arrive on scene of a medical emergency.

Read: How Bystanders Can Use Med Tac Training to Save Lives

How Bystanders Can Use Med Tac Training to Save Lives

Med Tac training teaches non-medical bystanders life-saving steps they can administer to individuals experiencing health crises in the critical minutes before first responders arrive.

Read: Researchers: Bystanders Have the Power to Prevent Sexual Assault

Researchers: Bystanders Have the Power to Prevent Sexual Assault

Researchers discuss the importance of bystander intervention training and why bystanders sometimes choose not to get involved.

Read: 5 Student Centered Approaches to Improving School Safety

5 Student Centered Approaches to Improving School Safety

These five methods of empowering students have been employed by schools around the country.

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