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.
College campuses host a wide range of large-scale events every year, including homecoming, athletic events, concerts, controversial speakers, festivals and more. Protecting those involved in these activities, as well as the campus’ property and reputation, require careful planning. This presentation will provide viewers with a comprehensive review of the assets needed to ensure their campus events will be safe and secure.
This program will provide participants with an understanding of proactive strategies they can implement with bus drivers in order to maintain control and improve the safety of students during transportation.
Emmy award-winning former TV news reporter, Julie Parker, will incorporate the essential functions for managing the media during times of chaos and calm.
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.