Medical Emergencies

Read: Inadequate Placement of AED and Bleeding Control Gear Could Cost You

Inadequate Placement of AED and Bleeding Control Gear Could Cost You

AEDs and bleeding control kits can save lives, but only if they are always accessible and staff members know how to use them.

Read: Battling Failure to Rescue with Rapid Response Teams

Battling Failure to Rescue with Rapid Response Teams

Rapid Response Teams focus on the critical minutes before first responders arrive and their work plays a huge role in saving lives.

Read: Is Active Shooter Training Worth It? Use Common Sense When Training Non-Security Employees

Is Active Shooter Training Worth It? Use Common Sense When Training Non-Security Employees

There are a lot of good campus safety and security training programs available, but which ones are worth your non-security staff members’ time and effort?

Read: Ramping Up Manpower During a Campus Crisis

Ramping Up Manpower During a Campus Crisis

When an emergency happens, online scheduling software can help campuses manage employee deployment and improve communication.

Read: 3 Camden County College Public Safety Officers Save Lives, Celebrated

3 Camden County College Public Safety Officers Save Lives, Celebrated

Two of the victims were suffering from an opioid overdose until the officers revived them with an opioid reversal drug, Narcan.

Read: What Is Bystander Care and Why Is It So Important?

What Is Bystander Care and Why Is It So Important?

First responders take about ten minutes on average to arrive at the scene of an emergency. Bystander care could assist in saving a life.

Read: Beyond Lockdown: Stop the Bleed for Educators

Beyond Lockdown: Stop the Bleed for Educators

Attendees of this free webinar will learn how to recognize life-threatening blood loss, how to stop it and how to get victims the emergency medical help they need quickly.

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: Campus Safety Magazine November-December 2018 Issue

Campus Safety Magazine November-December 2018 Issue

Bystanders & Medical Emergencies: Now Non-Medical Staff Can Save Lives

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.

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