Keeping weapons off of a school bus or defusing the situation if they are brought on board requires ensuring that drivers are in tune with the students they transport, offering a comprehensive training program, and establishing specific policies and procedures for drivers to follow.
MSUM Director of Security Michael Parks’ planning and quick thinking before, during and after the massive Red River flood of 2009 helped save the city of Moorhead, Minn. It also earned him this year’s Campus Safety Director of the Year, Education Award.
Learn about an effective strategy for partnering with other nearby colleges in Campus Safety magazine’s latest podcast.
The University of Rhode Island shows how campuses can become proficient in ICS and NIMS by using them in planned campus activities.
Recently passed legislation requiring NIMS compliance, communications interoperability and MOUs promises to make K-12 campuses in the Rocky Mountain State better able to respond to crises.
Of all the higher education institutions in America, community colleges are the ones most often overlooked when it comes to emergency preparedness. California, however, has embarked on an initiative that will ensure its two-year colleges will be able to appropriately respond should a disaster strike.
In the first two installments of our three-part series on NFPA and NIMS compliance, CS readers learned the importance of understanding the applicable codes and how to start creating their emergency/disaster management plans. This last installment shows you how to compile this information into a fully viable program.
This webinar will examine how to close the gap between planning and analysis and establish an active crisis management team and strategy that focuses on real-world execution and resolution.
Attendees will learn security considerations for large campus infrastructures in densely populated urban centers as well as methods for securing a regional or distributed healthcare system environment.