Severe Weather

Read: States Adjusting Hurricane Plans to Account for Coronavirus Challenges

States Adjusting Hurricane Plans to Account for Coronavirus Challenges

Although school gymnasiums are commonly used as shelters, some counties are considering using other parts of schools as well.

Read: NOAA Predicts Busy 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season

NOAA Predicts Busy 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season

The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30.

Read: COVID-19 Silver Lining: Improved School Emergency Plans

COVID-19 Silver Lining: Improved School Emergency Plans

Those in charge of campus safety should use the COVID-19 pandemic as a way to evaluate existing emergency operations plans.

Read: ASSA ABLOY Launches Explosion and Hurricane-Resistant Door

ASSA ABLOY Launches Explosion and Hurricane-Resistant Door

The multi-solution door opening has been third-party tested to meet the Department of Defense Minimum Antiterrorism Standards for buildings.

Read: Fire Damages University of Alabama Music Building

Fire Damages University of Alabama Music Building

Fifty firefighters helped contain the blaze, which was declared officially extinguished the following morning.

Read: Baron Announces Threat Net Mobile App for On-the-Go Weather Monitoring

Baron Announces Threat Net Mobile App for On-the-Go Weather Monitoring

Through the Threat Net Mobile App, alerts can be created for tornadoes, lightning, flooding, ice storms, tropical storms and dangerous road conditions.

Read: Integrating Your Mass Notification System to Provide the Greatest Reach

Integrating Your Mass Notification System to Provide the Greatest Reach

Although cell phones have become incredibly useful mass notification tools, emergency managers need to consider a variety of alert technologies.

Read: ASSA ABLOY Partners Up to Add New Offerings to Life-Safety Door Line

ASSA ABLOY Partners Up to Add New Offerings to Life-Safety Door Line

The new offerings include an expanded fire-resistant product line and tornado-resistant glazed windows, among other things.

Read: EF-2 Tornado Rips Through North Central High School (S.C.)

EF-2 Tornado Rips Through North Central High School (S.C.)

Damage is estimated to be in the millions of dollars and the district’s superintendent said it could be 18 months until students are able to return.

Read: Baron Threat Net Now Offering Customizable Weather Condition Alerts

Baron Threat Net Now Offering Customizable Weather Condition Alerts

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