Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


The Campus Safety Conference is a 2-day intense conference for administrators and public safety officials, security and law enforcement executives from all over the country looking for solutions to campus safety, security, emergency management and technology challenges.
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Nuclear Disasters

Read: HHS Releases 2019-2022 National Health Security Strategy

HHS Releases 2019-2022 National Health Security Strategy

The National Health Security Strategy outlines the top four health security threats facing the U.S. today and HHS’ plan to address these threats.

Read: UPDATE: Hawaii Employee Who Sent False Alarm Had Job Performance Issues

UPDATE: Hawaii Employee Who Sent False Alarm Had Job Performance Issues

The Jan. 13 emergency notification blunder in Hawaii highlights the importance of proper systems, training, policies and procedures on campus.

Read: How to Prepare Your Campus for a Nuclear Attack

How to Prepare Your Campus for a Nuclear Attack

Although the threat of a nuclear attack subsided when the Cold War ended, the current geopolitical climate has made preparations for this type of disaster a necessity.

Read: Shelter in Place: The Best Protection against a Nuclear Detonation

Shelter in Place: The Best Protection against a Nuclear Detonation

Here are some best practices for sheltering in place during a nuclear explosion, including where to shelter and what to do after you get there.

Read: National Forum Preview: Protecting Hospitals During Patient Surges and in Security-Sensitive Areas

National Forum Preview: Protecting Hospitals During Patient Surges and in Security-Sensitive Areas

Bryan Warren of Carolinas HealthCare will present in-depth training on securing high-risk hospital locations at the Campus Safety National Forum June 24.

NRC Proposes $3,500 Fine Against U. of Mich.

6 Suspects in Radioactive Material Theft Case Hospitalized

Read: Podcast: How Medical City Dallas Addressed Its Dirty Bomb Risks

Podcast: How Medical City Dallas Addressed Its Dirty Bomb Risks

Medical City Dallas Director of Security Leonard Sullivan tells Campus Safety about his hospital’s experience with the federal government’s Global Threat Reduction Initiative

Call Me Doctor Doom

Campuses must take another look at how they would respond to worst-case scenarios.

Read: 1 in 3 Hospitals Struggle With Radiological Disaster Preparedness

1 in 3 Hospitals Struggle With Radiological Disaster Preparedness

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