Student Safety

Read: UVC LED Fixtures Provide Continuous Disinfection of COVID-19 in Schools

UVC LED Fixtures Provide Continuous Disinfection of COVID-19 in Schools

UVC light inactivates the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) virus and other airborne pathogens, improving indoor safety.

Read: Parents should get their children the COVID vaccine, says St. Jude pediatric virologist

Parents should get their children the COVID vaccine, says St. Jude pediatric virologist

Director of St. Jude Global Infectious Disease Dr. Caniza says “vaccinating children is a key component to reaching herd immunity.”

Read: 6 Scary Incidents Caught on School Bus Video Surveillance

6 Scary Incidents Caught on School Bus Video Surveillance

These incidents emphasize the need for school buses to have surveillance cameras and for drivers to be involved in emergency trainings.

Read: Ensuring Hybrid Learning Audio Solutions Comply with Life Safety Requirements

Ensuring Hybrid Learning Audio Solutions Comply with Life Safety Requirements

Schools are trying to accommodate hybrid classrooms by installing residential systems that meet immediate classroom needs but do not meet mass notification and life safety requirements.

Read: Are Air Cleaners Posing a Health Risk at Schools?

Are Air Cleaners Posing a Health Risk at Schools?

With millions of federal funding, schools are scrambling to buy air cleaners, but at what risk to students?

Read: A Police Lieutenant’s Tips for Upgrading to Electronic Access Control

A Police Lieutenant’s Tips for Upgrading to Electronic Access Control

Lieutenant Michael Betlzer discusses recommended practices and lessons learned from Saddleback College’s implementation of electronic access on 1,500 doors.

Read: Proper Ventilation, Clean Air a Focus of Washington Schools

Proper Ventilation, Clean Air a Focus of Washington Schools

The exploration of techniques to provide clean, heathy air continues and reveals effective measures.

Read: 8 Men Face Charges Over Bowling Green State Student’s Alleged Hazing Death

8 Men Face Charges Over Bowling Green State Student’s Alleged Hazing Death

Eight men ranging in age from 19 to 23 have been indicted in the alleged hazing death of BGSU fraternity pledge Stone Foltz.

Read: How to Reduce the Impact of Unrecognized Student Organizations on Campus

How to Reduce the Impact of Unrecognized Student Organizations on Campus

Institutions of higher education can ban, expel or refuse to recognize a problematic student organization, but that doesn’t mean the issues associated with that group will magically go away.

Read: Law Banning Transition Care of Transgender Children Has Families Leaving Arkansas

Law Banning Transition Care of Transgender Children Has Families Leaving Arkansas

With the GOP bill set to become law this summer, Arkansas families plan to move to other states.

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