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Emergency Exercises

Read: IS-800 B National Response Framework Exam Questions

IS-800 B National Response Framework Exam Questions

Learn the National Response Framework guiding principles, basic premise and more information to help with emergency response.

Read: Active Shooter Drill Gone Wrong Causes Panic at Maryland Hospital

Active Shooter Drill Gone Wrong Causes Panic at Maryland Hospital

An improper mass alert caused an active shooter scare at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, a hospital for recovering veterans.

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: The Top 3 Mistakes Campuses Make When Conducting Tabletop Exercises

The Top 3 Mistakes Campuses Make When Conducting Tabletop Exercises

These common errors could make your school or university tabletop exercises ineffective.

Read: Explaining Florida’s New School Safety Law

Explaining Florida’s New School Safety Law

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act features several broad and controversial reforms.

Read: 7 Ways to Limit Liability in Joint Training on Campus

7 Ways to Limit Liability in Joint Training on Campus

Before your university and local law enforcement conduct joint training, be sure you have a risk mitigation plan.

Read: Ranking Schools’ Strengths and Weaknesses in Emergency Management

Ranking Schools’ Strengths and Weaknesses in Emergency Management

FEMA’s annual tabletop exercise asked college officials to assess their emergency management capabilities.

Read: Bolstering Campus Safety with Tabletop Exercises

Bolstering Campus Safety with Tabletop Exercises

Role playing with school stakeholders is the first step to ensuring your emergency plans and procedures are effective.

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