Weather Emergencies

Read: Weather Experts Predict Busy Atlantic Hurricane Season

Weather Experts Predict Busy Atlantic Hurricane Season

Read: Two-Way Radios Keep K-12 Campuses Connected

Two-Way Radios Keep K-12 Campuses Connected

District officials for Tennessee’s Warren County deployed Motorola’s MOTOTRBO digital control station to communicate with all campuses, as a result of a 2008 devastating tornado that cut off all communication.

Read: What to Do When Severe Storms Strike

What to Do When Severe Storms Strike

Advance warning, education, maintenance, personal responsibility and relationships with all stakeholders combine to reduce the impact of bad weather.

Read: Disaster Response Done Right

Disaster Response Done Right

MSUM Director of Security Michael Parks’ planning and quick thinking before, during and after the massive Red River flood of 2009 helped save the city of Moorhead, Minn. It also earned him this year’s Campus Safety Director of the Year, Education Award.

Intense Hail Storm Injures 4 Students

U.S. Weather Experts Forecast More Hurricanes This Year

DENVER

Deadlines Approaching To File Requests for FEMA/Cal EMA Public Assistance

PASADENA, Calif.

Read: Iowa Floods Test Mount Mercy’s Emergency Management Plan

Iowa Floods Test Mount Mercy’s Emergency Management Plan

This July, as flood waters wreaked havoc on Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Mount Mercy College had an opportunity to implement its own disaster preparedness plans, which included contingency plans for natural disasters like flooding and tornadoes.

Read: Editor's Desk: Despite Panic by Others, a Measured Approach Works Best

Editor's Desk: Despite Panic by Others, a Measured Approach Works Best

Read: Think Nothing Happens at Hospitals? Guess Again.

Think Nothing Happens at Hospitals? Guess Again.

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