Emergency Plans

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: Hurricane Harvey Reminds Us of the Importance of Adequate Infrastructure

Hurricane Harvey Reminds Us of the Importance of Adequate Infrastructure

Hospitals, schools and universities must plan for worst-case scenarios and consider how the region’s infrastructure weaknesses could directly impact them.

Read: Door Barricades, Egress Requirements and Campus Safety

Door Barricades, Egress Requirements and Campus Safety

New code language has been developed to address barricade device code compliance issues.

Read: How Are You Meeting Title IX Requirements to Get Your Students Help During A Crisis?

How Are You Meeting Title IX Requirements to Get Your Students Help During A Crisis?

Here’s how mobile phone technology can help your campus comply with Title IX and improve public safety.

Read: The Emergency Response Team Roadmap for Your School

The Emergency Response Team Roadmap for Your School

An emergency response team is a great way to improve emergency preparedness and keep your school safe.

Read: Security Week Added to ASIS 2016 Event

Security Week Added to ASIS 2016 Event

The massive annual conference will add a new feature after partnering with the Department of Homeland Security.

Read: FSU Students Learn to Use Drones to Assist Emergency Responders

FSU Students Learn to Use Drones to Assist Emergency Responders

A professor at Florida State University says the drones can survey areas hit by hurricanes much quicker than traditional search methods.

OU Creates Weather Plans for Every Campus Event

Oklahoma University’s campus events are always monitored by a safety coordinator ready to begin an emergency response plan if necessary.

Read: Severe Weather: More Than Just a Seasonal Threat

Severe Weather: More Than Just a Seasonal Threat

Campus weather preparedness plans, outreach and training must take into account the fact that tornadoes, as well as other weather hazards, can happen at any time.

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