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Emergency Response

Read: Texas A&M to Train All Health Science Students Opioid Overdose Reversal

Texas A&M to Train All Health Science Students Opioid Overdose Reversal

Texas A&M will be the first health science center in the nation to train every health professions students how to administer opioid reversal.

Read: 10 Major U.S. Cities with the Best and Worst Police Response Times

10 Major U.S. Cities with the Best and Worst Police Response Times

A new report reveals which major cities have the best and worst police response times, as well as police response times based on the type of crime.

Read: Blackboard SafetyList Crisis Management Response Platform

Blackboard SafetyList Crisis Management Response Platform

Blackboard SafetyList will help school district leaders coordinate with those who prepare for and manage safety and security incidents.

Read: 47 Injured After Bus Carrying UW Marching Band Rolls Over

47 Injured After Bus Carrying UW Marching Band Rolls Over

Local residents and a rival marching band lent their support following the Thanksgiving Day crash that is being attributed to icy road conditions.

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: 32K Surveillance Cameras Aim to Keep Chicago Safe

32K Surveillance Cameras Aim to Keep Chicago Safe

More and more cities are turning to technology like video surveillance to increase safety and lower crime, especially gun violence.

Read: Is Your Dispatch Center Prepared for Active Shooters & Active Assailants?

Is Your Dispatch Center Prepared for Active Shooters & Active Assailants?

Here’s what public safety or security dispatchers can expect to experience should an active shooter or active assailant come to campus.

Read: Why You Should be Using Red Teams to Enhance Hospital Security

Why You Should be Using Red Teams to Enhance Hospital Security

Red Teams can evaluate campus protection measures and challenge your assumptions about how secure your hospital is against the threats posed by criminals, terrorists and others.

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