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Emergency Officials Say Texts, Not Sirens, More Effective for Tornado Alerts

May 18th, 2018 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Richard M. Barron, News & Record, Greensboro N.C./April 30, 2018 (TNS) – There’s nothing like a dramatic chorus of sirens sounding around a city to announce looming disasters. But Guilford County doesn’t have a siren system that read more

Door Locking Devices and School Shootings: No Simple Answers

May 18th, 2018 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Chris Dorn, February 22, 2018 Mass casualty school shootings are neither a new phenomenon nor a problem unique to American schools.  We do need to improve safety, security and emergency preparedness. At the same time, we must read more

Community Reaction Mixed After Madison Schools Decides to Arm Staff

May 18th, 2018 by Guest Communications

Written by: Rick McCrabb & Michael D Clark, Dayton Daily News, Ohio/April 26, 2018 (TNS) – Parents and former Madison, Ohio, students expressed mixed feelings about the district’s decision Tuesday night. But the Madison Local School District Board of Education read more

Panel: Now is the Time to Prepare for Emergency

May 18th, 2018 by Guest Communications

Written by: by Amber Aldaco, Victoria Advocate, Texas / April 20, 2018   (TNS) – Edwin Baker knew the church members of the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs well. The Stockdale fire chief had spent time with church members read more

Joint Commission: 7 Ways to Prevent Workplace Violence in Healthcare Without Adding Security

April 27th, 2018 by Guest Communications

Written by: Zach Winn The Joint Commission urged hospitals to look beyond simply adding security to address workplace violence in healthcare as part of a Sentinel Event Alert issued April 17. Instead the commission suggested several policies and initiatives hospitals read more

School Safety: A Shared Responsibility

April 27th, 2018 by Guest Communications

Written by: Justine Brown, October 30, 2015 As classes resumed at schools across the country this fall, the issue of school safety is once again at the forefront of the national debate. How best to address school safety, both at read more

Active Shooter Training & Videos

April 27th, 2018 by Guest Communications

Back in September of 2012 we first shared the video created by the city of Houston: Run. Hide. Fight. This powerful piece has since been viewed almost 7 million times, and is still a wonderful reference and resource for helping read more

New Technology Can Stop Bleeding Quickly, Saving Gunshot Victims in Seconds

April 27th, 2018 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Jim McKay, March 22, 2018 Between 30 and 40 percent of civilian deaths by traumatic injury are the result of hemorrhaging, according to the United States Army Institute of Surgical Research. Between 33 and 56 percent occur read more

Hospitals Face Steep Cybersecurity Challenges with Less Government Help

April 3rd, 2018 by Guest Communications

Written by: Mattie Quin, Governing The Erie County Medical Center serves as the Level 1 trauma center for all of Western New York. The 550-bed hospital hosts the region’s HIV care and burn units, and is the teaching hospital for read more

Active Shooter Drill Teaches Worcester School Staff Alternatives to Lockdown

April 3rd, 2018 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Scott O’Connell, Telegram & Gazette, Worcester, Mass   (TNS) – All the assurances beforehand that Monday afternoon’s activities were just a drill didn’t prevent some school staff from gasping when pops of simulated gunfire reverberated outside their read more

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