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Read: Schools Must Be Better Prepared for Terrorism

Schools Must Be Better Prepared for Terrorism

School security expert says U.S. K-12 schools’ ability to respond to acts of terrorism has degraded due to them focusing too much on active shooters.

Read: 2nd Texas Healthcare Worker Tests Positive for Ebola

2nd Texas Healthcare Worker Tests Positive for Ebola

Local health officials say more cases among Texas Health Presbyterian’s workers could develop.

Read: U. of Maryland Eastern Shore Tests Its Emergency Response

U. of Maryland Eastern Shore Tests Its Emergency Response

UMES shows how to conduct a full-scale exercise to help the school better prepare for an actual emergency and comply with recent updates to the Clery Act.

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Most Hospitals Don’t Properly Secure Radiological Material

Read: Ohio District Overhauls Its  2-Way Radios

Ohio District Overhauls Its 2-Way Radios

In order to comply with the rapidly approaching FCC narrowbanding mandate and ease communication between its campuses and first responders, the South-Western City School District underwent a major radio system upgrade. The new system allows for district-wide communication with digital radios, GPS tracking on buses and instant access to the Grove City police dispatch center.

Students, Teachers Hospitalized For Exposure to Unknown Substance

Attempted Suicide With Pesticide Poisons 3 Paramedics

Auditors Find Unsecured Radioactive Materials in 2 Hospitals

Chemical Suicide Attempt Leads to ER Entrance Shut Down

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