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Emergency Preparedness

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.

Read: Florence and Flooding Have Closed Some SC Schools for 3 Weeks

Florence and Flooding Have Closed Some SC Schools for 3 Weeks

South Carolina school districts are still deciding what to do about all the days that students have missed from the storm.

Read: Active Shooter Threat Assessment: Develop and Evaluate Preparedness Plans for a Safer Campus

Active Shooter Threat Assessment: Develop and Evaluate Preparedness Plans for a Safer Campus

This guide was developed to encourage you to look at your current preparedness plan’s effectiveness and determine how you can strengthen it before an active shooter threat becomes a reality.

Read: 5 Critical Steps To Create an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) At Your School

5 Critical Steps To Create an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) At Your School

Schools need to get these steps right to write an effective emergency operations plan (EOP), and they all occur before putting pen to paper.

Read: False Fire Alarms Causing Panic for Students at Stoneman Douglas

False Fire Alarms Causing Panic for Students at Stoneman Douglas

Broward County school officials are trying to resolve the issues with the fire alarm systems to prevent further trauma for faculty and students.

Read: Handling the Aftermath of an Active Shooter Event

Handling the Aftermath of an Active Shooter Event

This webinar is intended for educational institutions and will help participants prepare to deal with the aftermath of an active shooter/killer event.

Read: 20 Active Shooter and Active Killer Prevention Strategies

20 Active Shooter and Active Killer Prevention Strategies

These are the steps your organization should take to increase the chances that a planned active shooter or active killer attack will be averted.

Read: Are You Prepared For An Active Shooter Incident?

Are You Prepared For An Active Shooter Incident?

This FREE report outlines 5 crucial components to help you, your employees and your organization, survive an active shooter tragedy.

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