Disaster Recovery

Read: Juvare Offering Damage Assessment Software to Hurricane Ian Victims

Juvare Offering Damage Assessment Software to Hurricane Ian Victims

Counties in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina can use the damage assessment and disaster management software for free.

Read: Conquer the 4 Phases of Emergency Planning at the Campus Safety Conferences

Conquer the 4 Phases of Emergency Planning at the Campus Safety Conferences

Educational sessions at the upcoming Campus Safety Conferences will address the four phases of emergency planning: prevention, response, mitigation and recovery.

Read: Safe and Sound Schools to Host Virtual National Summit on School Safety

Safe and Sound Schools to Host Virtual National Summit on School Safety

The 3-day virtual event will bring together renowned school safety experts, thought leaders and school-based crisis survivors.

Read: Planning for Volunteers and Donations After a Mass Violence Incident

Planning for Volunteers and Donations After a Mass Violence Incident

The flood of volunteers and donations that come in immediately after a mass violence tragedy can be overwhelming. Here’s how you can manage them more effectively.

Read: Disaster Survivors Talk Why Self-Care Is Vital to Trauma Recovery

Disaster Survivors Talk Why Self-Care Is Vital to Trauma Recovery

The timeless flight attendant’s advice, “Secure your oxygen mask before helping others,” applies to leaders helping their communities after a traumatic event.

Read: DeVos Announces Funds for Students, Colleges Impacted by Hurricanes

DeVos Announces Funds for Students, Colleges Impacted by Hurricanes

The Department of Education will reallocate $22.9 million in unexpended funds to assist students and universities affected by hurricanes Harvey, Maria and Irma.

Read: Alan Walters’ Disaster Response Efforts Help a Community Stay Resilient

Alan Walters’ Disaster Response Efforts Help a Community Stay Resilient

Campus Safety K-12 Director of the Year Alan Walters has helped Georgetown County Public School District stay resilient through floods, ice storms and hurricanes.

Read: Over 1,400 Rice University Students Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

Over 1,400 Rice University Students Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

Rice University’s Harvey Action Team has recruited over 1,400 students to assist in helping those affected by Hurricane Harvey’s destruction.

Read: Texas Colleges Scramble to Help Students Affected by Hurricane Harvey

Texas Colleges Scramble to Help Students Affected by Hurricane Harvey

Some Texas colleges are instructing professors to excuse the absences of students from areas that were hit the hardest by Hurricane Harvey.

Read: Report Shows Potential Ground Shaking Hazards in U.S. in 2017

Report Shows Potential Ground Shaking Hazards in U.S. in 2017

Induced and natural earthquakes are forecast to be hundreds of times more likely than before 2008.

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