John Weinstein and Dan Dusseau in this training discuss various strategies that unite campuses. They recount NOVA’s best practices, including how patrol techniques, campus-wide presentations and information dissemination have enhanced outreach, how security functions have been integrated into campus operations and much more.
There is no one thing we can do to have a safe learning and working environment. There are many layers to creating that safe environment. It starts with a partnership between the school and first responders to determine the possible hazards of the school.
Stephen Lopez the Chief of Police for the New Mexico State University system discusses ways that unarmed security can provide lifesaving assistance in the event of an active killer event. This session will also cover the vital role security staff can play in reducing the response time of police and emergency medical personnel.
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.
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.
In this download, Robert Field, Assistant Vice President, Support Services, Safety and Security at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton shares some questions he is often asked by non-security staff and the answers to help you with similar inquiries.
In this session moderated by Guy Grace, you will hear from an experienced Littleton, CO Public Schools team as they share their experiences in responding to school emergencies, including the aftermath to them and their families. The speakers share what was harmful and helpful to them.
Gary L. Sigrist, Jr., the CEO and President of SafeGuard Risk Solutions presents Parent Child Reunification After a Crisis. This action plan will help with understanding reunification, learn about the free resources available, recognizing how to work with first responders and stakeholders.
Bryan Warren the Director of Corporate Security for Atrium, formerly known as the Carolinas HealthCare System leads a session will outline unique conditions for workplace violence, type of workplace violence, OSHA findings and polices, recognizing behaviors, de-escalation techniques, and more.