Emergency Power

Read: Backup Power Solution Keeps Algonquin College at the Top of the Class

Backup Power Solution Keeps Algonquin College at the Top of the Class

Algonquin’s primary data center operates three 80kVA uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) in parallel with accompanying battery cabinets.

Read: Announcing the 2022 Campus Safety BEST Award Winners

Announcing the 2022 Campus Safety BEST Award Winners

Check out this year’s top campus public safety, security, and emergency management products – the 2022 BEST Award winners!

Read: Freezer Malfunction Prompts UW and Swedish to Scramble to Administer Vaccines

Freezer Malfunction Prompts UW and Swedish to Scramble to Administer Vaccines

In all, 1,650 doses of the Moderna vaccine were administered in the middle of the night in about 3 and a half hours.

Read: Hospital Administers 830 COVID Vaccines in 2 Hours after Freezer Fails

Hospital Administers 830 COVID Vaccines in 2 Hours after Freezer Fails

The sensor that monitors the freezer containing the vaccines didn’t work and didn’t notify hospital personnel of the problem.

Read: Tabletop Exercise 5: School Loses Power as Temperature Drops

Tabletop Exercise 5: School Loses Power as Temperature Drops

A school’s computer network, P.A. system and phone system are down due to a power outage and the temperature is dropping. What would you do?

Read: Will Your Generator Hold Up During an Emergency?

Will Your Generator Hold Up During an Emergency?

Backup power is critical to the continued operation of campuses during an emergency. Testing and proper location will ensure your generators will work when you need them.

Read: Surge Protection: Campus Security’s First Line of Defense

Surge Protection: Campus Security’s First Line of Defense

Power surges and lightning strikes can wreak havoc on your security equipment. Surge protection can help keep it working.

Read: 4 Things to Consider When Installing Surge Protectors on Your Campus

4 Things to Consider When Installing Surge Protectors on Your Campus

Surge protectors need to be strong enough to handle regular surges and spikes and must be placed in accordance with code and best practices.

200 Patients Forced to Evacuate NYC Hospital

NYU Med. Center Evacuation Prompted by Backup Generator Failure

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