Dr. Kevin Kloesel provides resources needed to create all-weather hazard plans for campus activities ranging from small-donor functions to large athletic events. He also discusses the complications that COVID-19 presents to existing weather plans.
Jason Stoddard, Director of School Safety and Security for the Charles County Public Schools, will share how his district has been dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic and provide information on the unique experiences and lessons learned over the past few months.
With almost 80,000 faculty, students and staff located on six campuses in four jurisdictions, Northern Virginia Community College’s (NOVA) response to COVID-19 required extensive planning, detailed coordination and significant flexibility.
Anyone can save someone from bleeding to death — you just have to be prepared! Here’s a refresher on Stop the Bleed skills and how to build a bleed control kit.
Learn how to identify the levels and types of workplace violence and how to report it to superiors and human resources.
Robert Field a respected security professional with over 33 years of military, federal law enforcement, and private security experience will share a non-traditional way of utilizing all staff to reduce disruptive and violent behaviors through safety awareness and education and not solely relying on security staff to respond or handle these types of encounters.
When developing your emergency plans and trainings, it is important to include threats beyond an active shooter.
What we say and how we say it can be the difference between a fight and voluntary compliance with police and security direction. Learn how to de-escalate toxic situations by using techniques for gaining compliance in difficult situations.
Bob Brasher will give an all-hazards review and share how his campus plans and prepares for medical emergencies, weather-related incidents, active shooter, bomb threats, chemical spills, and VIPs on campus.
An emergency plan is just a document until you need to use it. Campuses might have practiced an evacuation or how to shelter-in-place, but practicing with tabletop exercise scenarios will help your staff think on their feet.