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Emergency Planning

Read: New Md. School Safety Law Creates Standards for Student Assessments, Emergency Preparedness

New Md. School Safety Law Creates Standards for Student Assessments, Emergency Preparedness

The law touches on several areas designed to increase schools’ resilience and emergency preparedness.

Read: 31 Steps to A Crisis Management Plan

31 Steps to A Crisis Management Plan

This guide can serve as a template to build and evaluate your crisis response plan.

Read: 5 Steps to Creating a HIPAA-Compliant Cyber Attack Contingency Plan

5 Steps to Creating a HIPAA-Compliant Cyber Attack Contingency Plan

The HHS Office for Civil Rights recommends these steps to develop a cybersecurity contingency plan.

Read: Emergency Drill Best Practices with a School Security Expert

Emergency Drill Best Practices with a School Security Expert

In this podcast, school security consultant Paul Timm explains what makes a school emergency drill successful and gives tips and resources for school officials.

Read: Dual Technology Exit Signs: Increased Reliability, Whether Power is On or Off

Dual Technology Exit Signs: Increased Reliability, Whether Power is On or Off

By combining two established technologies – LED and photoluminescence – in one unit, exit signs deliver reliable, maintenance-free operation for decades.

Read: Why You Should Know About NCS4

Why You Should Know About NCS4

Those involved with event security can leverage NCS4 conferences, training and other resources to improve their safety and emergency preparedness efforts.

Read: Are You Prepared to Handle a Crisis Situation in the Classroom?

Are You Prepared to Handle a Crisis Situation in the Classroom?

New York school officials recently attended an emergency response training and awareness program hosted by A+ Technology & Security Solutions.

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: How to Prepare Your Campus for a Nuclear Attack

How to Prepare Your Campus for a Nuclear Attack

Although the threat of a nuclear attack subsided when the Cold War ended, the current geopolitical climate has made preparations for this type of disaster a necessity.

Read: Shelter in Place: The Best Protection against a Nuclear Detonation

Shelter in Place: The Best Protection against a Nuclear Detonation

Here are some best practices for sheltering in place during a nuclear explosion, including where to shelter and what to do after you get there.

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