Severe Weather

Read: Campus Safety Conferences Now Accepting Presentation Proposals for 2023

Campus Safety Conferences Now Accepting Presentation Proposals for 2023

The 2023 Campus Safety Conferences will be held next summer in Texas and Las Vegas. We will also be co-locating with EDspaces in North Carolina in November.

Read: Study Finds Hurricanes Could Flood Hundreds of Hospitals on East, Gulf Coasts

Study Finds Hurricanes Could Flood Hundreds of Hospitals on East, Gulf Coasts

The study found that at least half of the hospitals in 25 of 78 metro areas could flood in a Category 2 hurricane.

Read: Backup Power Solution Keeps Algonquin College at the Top of the Class

Backup Power Solution Keeps Algonquin College at the Top of the Class

Algonquin’s primary data center operates three 80kVA uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) in parallel with accompanying battery cabinets.

Read: 15 Items Your Hurricane Emergency Kit Should Include

15 Items Your Hurricane Emergency Kit Should Include

FEMA offers a list of items your hurricane emergency kit should include, plus recommended actions you should take before, during and after a hurricane.

Read: Why Protecting Your Windows and Glass Openings Is More Important Than Ever

Why Protecting Your Windows and Glass Openings Is More Important Than Ever

NGS’ James Beale discusses how security glazing on windows and glass openings bolsters safety and offers a whole host of other benefits.

Read: The K-Factor in Emergency Management: Caring For Your Own Kids During a Campus Crisis

The K-Factor in Emergency Management: Caring For Your Own Kids During a Campus Crisis

Here’s how six emergency managers balance their family commitments and their professional responsibilities during an emergency.

Read: 3 Things Your School District Needs to Consider When Planning for Natural Disasters

3 Things Your School District Needs to Consider When Planning for Natural Disasters

It is imperative schools plan for severe weather as it is estimated that 94% of students live in communities at risk for natural disasters.

Read: University of Houston Continuity of Operations Plans Praised by State of Texas

University of Houston Continuity of Operations Plans Praised by State of Texas

The University of Houston’s elite continuity of operations plans proved especially useful during historic Winter Storm Uri.

Read: Survey Finds Fewer Campuses Have Multiple Emergency Notification Systems

Survey Finds Fewer Campuses Have Multiple Emergency Notification Systems

According to the 2022 Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey, fewer organizations are using more than one alert system, which could put them at risk during a crisis.

Read: Survey: Glass Doors and Windows Pose Significant Security Vulnerabilities on Campus

Survey: Glass Doors and Windows Pose Significant Security Vulnerabilities on Campus

According to Campus Safety’s latest survey, 43% of participants say their glass doors and windows are the security systems most likely to fail during an unauthorized intrusion.

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