Evacuation Plans

Read: Proactive v. Reactive: Improving Campus Response Times During Emergencies

Proactive v. Reactive: Improving Campus Response Times During Emergencies

How to ensure your emergency plans are up to date and with your campus staff at all times.

Read: Tabletop Exercise 2: Worsening Odor Leads to Student Asthma Attack

Tabletop Exercise 2: Worsening Odor Leads to Student Asthma Attack

An unpleasant smell triggers a student’s asthma and causes a teacher’s eyes to water and nose to burn. What would you do?

Read: States Adjusting Hurricane Plans to Account for Coronavirus Challenges

States Adjusting Hurricane Plans to Account for Coronavirus Challenges

Although school gymnasiums are commonly used as shelters, some counties are considering using other parts of schools as well.

Read: Effectively Responding to Active Shooters in Healthcare Facilities

Effectively Responding to Active Shooters in Healthcare Facilities

“Secure, Preserve, Fight” can be an alternative way to respond to active shooters in healthcare settings when “Run, Hide, Fight” is not possible.

Read: 9 Tips for More Effective School Lockdowns

9 Tips for More Effective School Lockdowns

Keeping doors locked, avoiding codes and having reverse evacuation protocols will help to ensure your lockdowns are implemented quickly.

Read: 12 Lessons to Remember From Active Shooter Attacks

12 Lessons to Remember From Active Shooter Attacks

On the five-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook tragedy, here’s a brief review of active shooter prevention and response best practices.

Read: Thomas Fire Destroys Ventura Mental Health Hospital

Thomas Fire Destroys Ventura Mental Health Hospital

Administrators were forced to evacuate Vista del Mar Hospital, a mental health facility that treats patients with behavioral and addiction issues.

Read: Miami-Dade, Broward Public Schools Closed Indefinitely Following Irma

Miami-Dade, Broward Public Schools Closed Indefinitely Following Irma

While all schools avoided major structural damage, 42 Miami-Dade public schools are still being used as shelters for Hurricane Irma victims.

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: Hurricane Harvey Forces Hospital Evacuations, Campus Closures

Hurricane Harvey Forces Hospital Evacuations, Campus Closures

One of Houston’s level 1 trauma hospitals is in the midst of evacuation while the University of Houston is closed through at least Wednesday.

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