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Responding to Civil Unrest: Creating Policies for Maintaining Security and University Support

September 28th, 2021 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Robin Hattersley-Gray As college classes start up again, so does the potential for security and safety issues to occur at campus events, be they football games, controversial speaker presentations, demonstrations, concerts and more. Additionally, considering the high read more

Hear it From the Experts: Developing a Holistic Approach to School Safety

September 28th, 2021 by Guest Communications

  Written by: James Beale With the tragic increase in school shootings over the past several decades, school districts across the country are working to strengthen their building perimeters by hardening their glass windows and doors – enabling them to delay intrusion, limit visibility and increase read more

Safety Planning for Volatile School Board Meetings

September 3rd, 2021 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Gary L. Sigrist Jr. These strategies will help maintain security during school board meetings, protecting board members from potentially violent acts by disgruntled parents and other community members. With the United States in its 18th month of read more

San Jose School District Reinstates Cops After Having Let Them Go

September 3rd, 2021 by Guest Communications

  Written by: CS Staff Six weeks after the school board from San Jose Unified School District decided in a 3-2 vote to let go of its on-campus police officers, they rescinded their decision, voting unanimously to bring them back read more

Rebooting Emergency Management and Preparedness This School Year (Upcoming Webinar)

September 3rd, 2021 by Guest Communications

  Schools need their preparation efforts to encompass a wider range of hazards. Date/Time: September 16, 2021, 2:00 PM Register Today Being able to deliver a safe learning environment to your students and staff is absolutely critical—and more challenging than read more

Safety Planning for Volatile School Board Meetings

September 3rd, 2021 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Gary L. Sigrist Jr. These strategies will help maintain security during school board meetings, protecting board members from potentially violent acts by disgruntled parents and other community members. With the United States in its 18th month of read more

The Benefits of Conducting Tabletop Exercises in Hospitals

August 2nd, 2021 by Guest Communications

  By: Robin Hattersley-Gray Ballad Health has opted for doing tabletop exercises rather than full-scale emergency exercises. Here’s why they did it and the results of this new approach. You can watch or listen to the full podcast interview below. read more

Health Care Workers Cope With Burnout From Pandemic

August 2nd, 2021 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Jason Laughlin, The Philadelphia Inquirer (TNS) – Patients with COVID-19 aren’t filling hospitals anymore. Fears of bringing the virus home and infecting loved ones has largely passed. For Bill Engle, though, a nurse at St. Mary’s Medical read more

Some Nursing Homes Still Not Following COVID-19 Protocols

August 2nd, 2021 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Emilie Munson, San Antonio Express-News   (TNS) – In early December 2020 , every resident of a 120-bed nursing home in Delmar had been potentially exposed to COVID-19. Two staff members who worked with over a dozen read more

District Tracks School Bus Passing Violators with IoT

July 29th, 2021 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Claire Swedberg When students at  Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS), in Maryland, returned to their classrooms this spring after a year of virtual schooling, their transportation was now being managed via an Internet of Things (IoT)-based read more


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