Access or functional needs (AFN) site assessments should cover landscaping, architecture and security, as well as indicators of how well people appreciate, support and communicate with each other, and how functional the school is as a center of teaching and learning.
These pictures, taken by security consultants, are perfect examples of security mistakes that could put your campus at serious risk.
School crisis planning is challenging, but particularly so for individuals with disabilities. Here’s how you can start making improvements.
A serious pitfall of Do-It-Yourself campus security is the temptation to tackle a project that should be entrusted to professionals.
Red Teams can evaluate campus protection measures and challenge your assumptions about how secure your hospital is against the threats posed by criminals, terrorists and others.
The assessments will be done in two phases, including a physical assessment of each school and an assessment of each school’s safety operations.
Former Houston ISD security manager Byron Thurmond encourages campuses to see challenges as opportunities.
Just because you don’t know about a threat doesn’t mean you aren’t liable for it.
One North Carolina elementary school demonstrates how risk assessments, technology and policies can be implemented in a cost-effective way to improve safety. Could this model apply to your K-12 campus?
Survey shows many university, school and hospital protection professionals want their campuses to conduct more risk/vulnerability reviews.