Emergency Management

Read: Submit Your Nominations for the 2022 Director of the Year Award!

Submit Your Nominations for the 2022 Director of the Year Award!

Tell us about your campus security, emergency management and/or public safety top executive and why he or she deserves our Director of the Year award.

Read: How Hospitals Can Prevent the Theft of Supplies and Property

How Hospitals Can Prevent the Theft of Supplies and Property

In this session, attendees will learn about common categories of thefts which routinely occur in a healthcare setting, methods of prevention and investigation

Read: 18 Months Without A Fire Drill: How Your Emergency Exercises Can Make A Come Back

18 Months Without A Fire Drill: How Your Emergency Exercises Can Make A Come Back

Pro tips and key considerations to make the most of your safety drills as students return to face-to-face classes.

Read: Northern Virginia Community College Houses Hundreds of Afghan Refugees

Northern Virginia Community College Houses Hundreds of Afghan Refugees

Volunteers drum up donations for Afghans residing temporarily on the college campus.

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: NFPA Launches Ecosystem Assessment Tool to Identify Life-Safety Gaps

NFPA Launches Ecosystem Assessment Tool to Identify Life-Safety Gaps

The NFPA Ecosystem Assessment Tool gives communities the opportunity to revisit safety practices before weaknesses in the system lead to tragedies.

Read: University of Alabama Receives Consecutive EMAP Accreditation

University of Alabama Receives Consecutive EMAP Accreditation

The Emergency Management Accreditation Program is the only accreditation process for emergency management programs and is sought by federal and state agencies, counties, cities and universities.

Read: 54% of Teens Don’t Feel Safe Returning to School, New Poll Finds

54% of Teens Don’t Feel Safe Returning to School, New Poll Finds

As more students return to in-person learning, most teens don’t feel confident that their schools are prepared to address mental health and safety needs.

Read: Tabletop Exercise 11: Student on School Roof Threatens Suicide

Tabletop Exercise 11: Student on School Roof Threatens Suicide

A substitute teacher informs an administrator that one of her students climbed onto the roof and is threatening to jump if anyone attempts to make contact. What should they do?

Read: Florida DOE Chooses AT&T’s Coordinated Emergency Response Solution

Florida DOE Chooses AT&T’s Coordinated Emergency Response Solution

The system shares live video and directly connects school communications with responding public safety agencies.

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