In addition to the obvious health concerns posed by COVID-19, its rapid spread and fear caused by speculation and misinformation have resulted in a number of security-related issues that healthcare organizations need to be aware of and prepared for, including enhanced security for certain materials and a review of emergency preparedness plans and procedures.
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.
This Action Plan led by Alan Walters the Director of Safety and Risk Management for the Georgetown County School District will expose you to techniques that successful negotiators use and practice to de-escalate crisis and emergency situations.
In this session presented by John O’Malley, Campus Security Staff will walk away with a better understanding of the legality behind hospital detention and how to utilize best practices in this area if or when they find themselves dealing with forensic patients.
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.
Bryan Warren, Director of Corporate Security for Atrium, outlines unique conditions for workplace violence, type of workplace violence, OSHA findings and policies, recognizing behaviors, de-escalation techniques and more.
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.
This presentation will identify grant opportunities that support campus safety technology initiatives. This includes programs that both K-12 and higher education entities can apply for directly, and also those that require partnerships with local law enforcement agencies. We will review specific grant program deadlines, priorities, award amounts and examples of previously funded projects.
Explore some of the benefits and challenges, along with in-depth review of the lessons learned from the New Mexico State University (NMSU) Police Department’s early adopter project of cellular push-to-talk.
Using FEMA’s Four Phases of Emergency Management, viewers will learn to identify the strategies, policies, procedures and training their schools can utilize during the prevention/mitigation and planning phases (left of bang) and then identify what they need to put in place for in the response and recovery phases.