Emergency Planning

Read: UPDATE: Hawaii Employee Who Sent False Alarm Had Job Performance Issues

UPDATE: Hawaii Employee Who Sent False Alarm Had Job Performance Issues

The Jan. 13 emergency notification blunder in Hawaii highlights the importance of proper systems, training, policies and procedures on campus.

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: 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.

Read: A School Emergency Kit Checklist

A School Emergency Kit Checklist

Are you aware of the supplies that should be in a school emergency kit? If not, here’s a checklist so you can better prepare.

Read: K.I.S.U.S. – Emergency Planning for Complex Emergencies

K.I.S.U.S. – Emergency Planning for Complex Emergencies

Join Campus Safety and Stephen Lopez, Chief of the New Mexico State University Police Department to learn how to apply the KISUS (Keep It Simple Under Stress) principle so that emergency plans are easy to train, learn, and utilize.

Read: Connecticut Schools Violate Safety Laws Put in Place After Sandy Hook

Connecticut Schools Violate Safety Laws Put in Place After Sandy Hook

Last July, only 25 percent of Connecticut school districts submitted records for its fire drills and crisis management drills.

Read: The Next Generation of Mass Notification

The Next Generation of Mass Notification

This webinar will focus on the considerations and best practices for mass notification systems that employ audio, passive signage, active signage, and textual notifications along with the business opportunities available to the AV industry in providing these solutions.

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