Earthquakes

Read: Survey Finds Fewer Campuses Have Multiple Emergency Notification Systems

Survey Finds Fewer Campuses Have Multiple Emergency Notification Systems

According to the 2022 Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey, fewer organizations are using more than one alert system, which could put them at risk during a crisis.

Read: Survey: Glass Doors and Windows Pose Significant Security Vulnerabilities on Campus

Survey: Glass Doors and Windows Pose Significant Security Vulnerabilities on Campus

According to Campus Safety’s latest survey, 43% of participants say their glass doors and windows are the security systems most likely to fail during an unauthorized intrusion.

Read: Designing a New Mass Notification System? Conduct a Risk Analysis

Designing a New Mass Notification System? Conduct a Risk Analysis

Identify your risks at the start of your mass notification project, but also during the project and for as long as the MNS system is in use.

Read: Selecting the Right Emergency Management System for Your School District

Selecting the Right Emergency Management System for Your School District

With school safety at stake, choosing the right emergency management system is critical.

Read: Dozens of UCLA, UC Berkeley Buildings Deemed ‘Seismically Deficient’

Dozens of UCLA, UC Berkeley Buildings Deemed ‘Seismically Deficient’

Sixty-two examined UC Berkeley buildings pose a “serious” risk to life and have a “poor” chance of remaining intact in the event of a large earthquake.

Read: Eagle Rock High School Implements New Earthquake Warning System

Eagle Rock High School Implements New Earthquake Warning System

The system is programmed to focus on a very specific location for each end user in order to monitor shaking intensity and trigger a warning.

Read: California Hospital Evacuated After Earthquake

California Hospital Evacuated After Earthquake

Ridgecrest Regional Hospital sustained some structural damage as a result of Thursday’s 6.4 earthquake.

Read: How USC Integrates the Great ShakeOut Into Its Emergency Management Plan

How USC Integrates the Great ShakeOut Into Its Emergency Management Plan

USC has been conducting ShakeOut earthquake drills since 2008. Here’s how it helps them improve their community’s emergency preparedness.

Read: Earthquake Preparedness: Join Campuses Worldwide for the Great ShakeOut Drill

Earthquake Preparedness: Join Campuses Worldwide for the Great ShakeOut Drill

Learn how to conduct Great ShakeOut earthquake drills so your campus community will be prepared should an earthquake occur.

Read: Chapman Univ. Revises Emergency Plans Following Vegas Shooting, Wildfires

Chapman Univ. Revises Emergency Plans Following Vegas Shooting, Wildfires

One of Chapman’s biggest changes to its emergency plans is placing potential or active emergencies in one of four categories and acting accordingly.

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