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Severe Weather Preparedness

Robby Ball the Coordinator of Ed Support Services, Emergency Management for the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District will look at the three main areas for severe weather management: training for the event, first responder expectations, and emergency operations procedural needs.

Severe Weather Preparedness

Having a plan and being prepared for any weather event is crucial to good emergency planning. From flooding, to snow, to tornadoes, knowing where your students and staff need to go to stay safe can only happen if you train, drill, and revise.  In this session, we will look at the three main areas for severe weather management: training for the event, first responder expectations, and emergency operations procedural needs…

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