Emergency Planning

Read: Tabletop Exercise 2: Worsening Odor Leads to Student Asthma Attack

Tabletop Exercise 2: Worsening Odor Leads to Student Asthma Attack

An unpleasant smell triggers a student’s asthma and causes a teacher’s eyes to water and nose to burn. What would you do?

Read: Tabletop Exercise 1: Student Hasn’t Returned Home from School. What Would You Do?

Tabletop Exercise 1: Student Hasn’t Returned Home from School. What Would You Do?

CS is launching a multi-part scenario-based training series for K-12 campuses. Test your school’s emergency response skills with these real-life incidents.

Read: How COVID-19 Affects These 7 Crucial Components of Multi-Hazard Planning

How COVID-19 Affects These 7 Crucial Components of Multi-Hazard Planning

Measures put in place to mitigate COVID-19 should not increase a school’s exposure to other threats, making multi-hazard planning more important than ever.

Read: COVID-19 Silver Lining: Improved School Emergency Plans

COVID-19 Silver Lining: Improved School Emergency Plans

Those in charge of campus safety should use the COVID-19 pandemic as a way to evaluate existing emergency operations plans.

Read: Ready to Face These School Security and Safety Concerns When Students Return?

Ready to Face These School Security and Safety Concerns When Students Return?

As the date to reopen schools gets closer, be sure your campus can address the risks and threats of violence created or exacerbated by the coronavirus shutdown.

Read: Getting Back to ‘Normal’ After the Coronavirus Crisis

Getting Back to ‘Normal’ After the Coronavirus Crisis

Here are some issues schools, universities and healthcare facilities need to consider now that states and local governments are attempting to reopen the economy and ease COVID-19 restrictions.

Read: George Washington University Dorms to Temporarily House Medical Staff

George Washington University Dorms to Temporarily House Medical Staff

Healthcare workers fighting COVID-19 will have the option to stay at GW rather than return home and possibly expose their families to the virus.

Read: Rice Offering Housing to Hospital Personnel Working to Fight COVID-19

Rice Offering Housing to Hospital Personnel Working to Fight COVID-19

Rice University is located directly adjacent to the Texas Medical Center, which is the largest medical complex in the world.

Read: The Coronavirus and Public Safety: Lessons Learned by a Large Institution (So Far)

The Coronavirus and Public Safety: Lessons Learned by a Large Institution (So Far)

Here’s what works and what doesn’t across five broad campus public safety operational categories: personnel, plans and procedures, facilities, equipment and communications.

Read: Colleges Prepping Dorms for Overflow Coronavirus Patients

Colleges Prepping Dorms for Overflow Coronavirus Patients

Many U.S. colleges and universities are prepping empty dorms and other large facilities to house both coronavirus patients and healthcare workers.

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