Emergency Planning

Read: 17 Essential Steps to Prepare Your Campus for a Large-Scale Public Event

17 Essential Steps to Prepare Your Campus for a Large-Scale Public Event

A Certified Public Manager and retired police lieutenant identifies 17 things campuses must do before hosting a large-scale event to ensure safety for all.

Read: Next Level Crisis Planning for Students with Disabilities

Next Level Crisis Planning for Students with Disabilities

When doing access or functional needs crisis planning, let go of labels or diagnoses and concentrate on practical abilities or disabilities that pertain to emergency response.

Read: Brighton (Mich.) Schools Cut Parent-Student Reunification Time by 75%

Brighton (Mich.) Schools Cut Parent-Student Reunification Time by 75%

In an active shooter drill, the process of reunification was conducted twice — once using an emergency management system and once using paper-and-pencil.

Read: Audit Finds NYC Schools Unprepared for Emergency Situations

Audit Finds NYC Schools Unprepared for Emergency Situations

An audit of NYC schools’ safety plans found missing floor plans, unarmed door alarms, and a lack of drills and coordination, among other things.

Read: When Disaster Strikes: Creating A Hospital Emergency Plan

When Disaster Strikes: Creating A Hospital Emergency Plan

Here are some general steps to consider when creating a hospital emergency plan that goes beyond natural disasters and utility failures.

Read: Campus Safety Conferences Announce NEW CEU Program

Campus Safety Conferences Announce NEW CEU Program

Northern Virginia Community College will provide Continuing Education Units for the upcoming courses offered at the 2019 Campus Safety Conferences.

Read: See What’s Happening at This Summer’s Campus Safety Conferences

See What’s Happening at This Summer’s Campus Safety Conferences

Learn more about the important, can’t miss sessions coming to each conference city.

Read: Campus Safety Conference West Heads to Vegas!

Campus Safety Conference West Heads to Vegas!

CSC West will address a wide range of critical K-12 and higher education safety and security issues, including suicide prevention, gang violence, transportation safety, sexual assault investigations, mental health, threat assessments, Clery compliance, lockdown, recovery and more.

Read: Effectively Responding to Active Shooters in Healthcare Facilities

Effectively Responding to Active Shooters in Healthcare Facilities

“Secure, Preserve, Fight” can be an alternative way to respond to active shooters in healthcare settings when “Run, Hide, Fight” is not possible.

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.

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