Lieutenant Joseph Pangaro breaks down the process of surviving a critical incident into three areas of concern.
Walk through a risk-based preparedness process that will let you know how prepared your school is for severe weather threats.
Dr. Kevin Kloesel leads a presentation that will provide you with the resources needed to create all-weather hazard plans for campus activities ranging from small donor functions to large athletic events.
In this Q&A with Robert Field, Assistant Vice President, Support Services, Safety and Security at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Hamilton, New Jersey, discusses how to improve relations between hospital security and local police.
Bryan Warren the Director of Corporate Security for Atrium, formerly known as the Carolinas HealthCare System discusses common security issues associated with handling prisoner patients in hospitals, outline general norms in that situation and gives best practices by law enforcement and hospital security officers.
This Action Plan led Gary L. Sigrist will helps school working with their area First Responders, to develop protocols for responding to bomb threats, unattended packages, and suspicious packages.
Officer Jermaine Galloway brings his extensive experience in the field of vaping devices to this session, providing you with a unique and visual educational session using imagery and other media, which will increase your familiarity with this popular and fast-growing trend on campus.
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.
At the Campus Safety Conference a Chief’s Panel discussed perception of safety surveys, community outreach, Clery audits, international students on campus, getting administrator buy-in, militarization of police and mobile communication apps.