Evacuation Plans

Read: 14 Severe Weather Survival Tips

14 Severe Weather Survival Tips

Vulnerability assessments, using safe rooms, following the two-wall rule and planning for students with special needs are just some of the steps your campus must take to prepare for a tornado.

Read: Fire Drills Are a Waste of Time

Fire Drills Are a Waste of Time

It is time to fundamentally re-tool the planning, processes and practices of the monthly school fire drill.

Read: 3 Steps to Creating a Family Reunification Plan

3 Steps to Creating a Family Reunification Plan

Having a plan will improve cooperation with parents and help first responders.

Read: The Yellow Bus’ Vital Role in Homeland Security

The Yellow Bus’ Vital Role in Homeland Security

School buses have been used in a variety of operations to protect the public in emergencies, such as hurricanes and floods. Here are details on how pupil transporters are preparing for and responding to times of crisis.

200 Patients Forced to Evacuate NYC Hospital

Read: Physical Therapists Are a Valuable Resource for Transportation

Physical Therapists Are a Valuable Resource for Transportation

From providing information on disabilities and how they will impact the school bus ride to offering tips for proper wheelchair securing and evacuations, these individuals can greatly assist in safely transporting special-needs students.

Bomb Threat Forces Texas A&M to Evacuate

LSU Police Arrest Bomb Threat Suspect

Two Universities Evacuated Due to Bomb Threats

Air Force Academy Evacuates Students in Wake of Colo. Wildfire

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