Crisis Management in the Mobile Age: Being Proactive & Innovative to Keep Everyone Safe

View the recorded archive webcast from July 13th and discover how to create a crisis management framework, by hearing first hand from David Marcus, Campus Business Manager at deToledo High School.

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Most school and district officials consider their top priority to be the safety of their students, faculty and staff. We may feel that our current crisis plans are adequate, but it’s important to be aware of the restrictions and problems that may arise from antiquated procedures and purely analog communication systems.

With gearing up for back-to-school, now is the time to re-evaluate your processes, training guides, and procedures. Discover how to create a crisis management framework, as well as, the proven best practices and innovations in use at deToledo High School that keep their campus safe.

Learning Objectives:
• Identify gaps and breakdowns in traditional safety plans
• Demonstrate “duty of care” in an increasingly mobile society
• Plan and coordinate improved drill procedures
• Design and execute a more comprehensive crisis management strategy

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