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Emergency Preparedness

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.

Read: Oakland University is Arming Students with Hockey Pucks

Oakland University is Arming Students with Hockey Pucks

The school’s police chief, who is also a hockey coach, suggested the object when asked what to use if fighting is the only option against an active shooter.

Read: Active Shooter Drill Gone Wrong Causes Panic at Maryland Hospital

Active Shooter Drill Gone Wrong Causes Panic at Maryland Hospital

An improper mass alert caused an active shooter scare at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, a hospital for recovering veterans.

Read: Med Tac Specialty Programs Target Specific Environments

Med Tac Specialty Programs Target Specific Environments

A training program that teaches bystanders life-saving techniques has expanded to include specific professions such as lifeguards and flight crews.

Read: 8 Most Common Preventable Health Hazards

8 Most Common Preventable Health Hazards

Here are the top eight health hazards that non-medical bystanders can help mitigate until first responders arrive on scene of a medical emergency.

Read: How Bystanders Can Use Med Tac Training to Save Lives

How Bystanders Can Use Med Tac Training to Save Lives

Med Tac training teaches non-medical bystanders life-saving steps they can administer to individuals experiencing health crises in the critical minutes before first responders arrive.

Read: Tips for Buying Campus Safety Technology

Tips for Buying Campus Safety Technology

Emergencies will occur, so being as prepared as possible will not only ease the financial fallout but could also save lives.

Read: Emergency Planning for Complex Emergencies

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: Advanced Severe Weather Tracking Tools for School Safety

Advanced Severe Weather Tracking Tools for School Safety

New tracking technology is now available to help campus officials make the best decisions and keep students and staff safe when severe weather strikes.

Read: Facilities and Maintenance Staff Training for Added School Safety

Facilities and Maintenance Staff Training for Added School Safety

Increase the number of First Observers who can spot possible threats to your schools.

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