A total of 28 teachers and children lost their lives 5 years ago in the Sandy Hook shooting. Comprehend the perspective of a parent to improve your communication when the worst happens. Transform your plan to:
Assess the impact of tragedies on parents to reinforce empathy in your communication.
Ransomware costs $1 billion a year and educational systems are waking up to the new threat. Protect your institution against the financial and reputational consequences of ransomware. Source strategies to:
Build up your defense against the growing costs of cyber-criminality.
Interact with conference speakers and fellow attendees. Secure important new business contacts and talk about crucial developments in your field.
Electronic locks, camera surveillance, and communication devices are crucial during emergencies. Transform your facility security to increase the safety of your staff and students. Gather practical insights to:
Secure your facilities and put all the chances on your side during emergencies.
TDSB released 41 recommendations after the stabbing of a student in 2014. Review the lessons learned to prevent knife attacks in your school. Create a blueprint to:
Advance your programs to reduce the risk of knife attacks in your school
From response time to physical barriers, emergency management is a logistical challenge in rural areas.
Brainstorm ideas to secure crucial resources to protect your students. Expand your toolkit to:
Enhance your emergency response plan with limited resources.
Baltimore has been the scene of violent public protests. Ensure the safety of your campus while upholding your institution’s reputation. Gather fresh ideas to:
Protect your facilities and reputation during public protests on campus.
Redistributing the roles of a deceased colleague can be a traumatic experience. Support your staff and institution when everybody is shocked. Create a roadmap to:
Train your staff to improve the recovery of your institution.
Social media can have a disruptive effect on your threats assessment. Transform your communication strategy to tame social media and reassure your students. Gather practical insights to:
Handle social media and deploy your ERP as planned to ensure your students’ safety.
Prescribing certain opioids in school, such as Nolaxone or Fetanyl, can create dependence. Review your legal responsibilities when opioids are prescribed during an emergency. Create a roadmap to:
Analyze your legal responsibilities when prescribing opioids.
New apps are allowing anonymous communications for students who witness bullying. Implement digital solutions to protect your students. Develop a blueprint to:
Provide new tools to protect your students from bullying.
Only a change of culture can have a lasting effect on hazing and its dangers. Analyze the work of varsity teams to improve the safety of your students. Gain insights to:
Create a culture of moderation to protect your students from the excess of hazing.
EOC operations are crucial during large scale events such as floods or wild fires. Improve your EOC to keep people safe in multiple locations. Take away concrete guidelines to:
Improve your response to large scale disasters.
Interact with conference speakers and fellow attendees.
First responders recommend schools to “consider calling” them when facing certain threats. Review situations where you “consider calling” and polish your threat assessment. Share insights to:
Revise your threat assessment process with your peers to speed up your response time.
In large scale emergencies, thousands of students and staff are under threat. Ensuring effective communication is crucial to alert people in large areas. Upgrade your mass-notification system to keep your students and staff safe. Gain practical insights to:
Coordinate quickly with your staff to inform stakeholders and protect your students.
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The evacuation of 80,000 people from Fort McMurray created large logistical and communication issues. Improve your collaboration with First Responders to manage large scale crises efficiently. Gain insights to:
Review the work of first responders to improve collaboration and manage crises efficiently.
Insurance claims are a complex process during large scale disasters. Improve your business continuity plan to speed recovery. Develop a template to:
Advance business continuity by integrating insurance claims in your plans.
Social media and the political environment can hamper emergency managers during bomb threats. Improve your response to threats by addressing the impact of new challenges. Source examples to:
Improve your management of bomb threats to protect your staff and students.
Emergency managers cannot prepare for risks of which they are not aware. Transform your HIRA to mitigate your risks before they threaten your students. Develop a blueprint to:
Stay aware of all hazards to improve your emergency response
Safe spaces, such as churches, are often overlooked as emergency partners. Gain new resources and partners to safeguard your students. Gain insights to:
Strengthen your emergency response during natural disasters with the help of safe spaces
With the upcoming subway station on campus, York University is preparing for new risks. Adapt to urban developments to improve your identification of risk. Source intelligence to:
Prepare for new risks from your surroundings to protect your institution
First responders in remote areas have a unique understanding of emergency management in rural areas. Access tailor-made advice to advance your emergency management trainings. Take away practical solutions to:
Cooperate with first responders to strengthen your emergency management strategy.
Canadian winters represent a threat during school evacuations. Refine your evacuation plan to protect your students regardless of the weather. Gain insights to:
Ensure the safe evacuation of your school in hostile environments.
The wild fire around Fort McMurray showed the importance of involving First Nations in emergency plans. Collaborate with stakeholders to ensure the safety of all your students. Take away practical tips to:
React swiftly to natural disasters by working closely with your partners
Cell Broadcast technology allows you to communicate with everybody in a geographic area using their phone. Adapt to the location of the threat to ensure the safety of everybody on your premises. Source practical solutions to:
Gain innovative tools to protect people on your premises from active threats.
Student threat assessment is a fast growing field for emergency managers. Introduce new multidisciplinary processes to flag violent behaviors and protect your school. Create a roadmap to:
Notice red flags before your students use violence on others.
Promoting a safe and inclusive environment is 90% of the work to ensure your students’ safety. Tackle the factors that lead to tragedies and safeguard your students. Leverage practical examples to:
Treat the roots of the threats before they materialize in your institution.
Staff and emergency leaders are less likely to stress or freeze with a clear ERP. Advance your planning of emergency responses to ensure quick and efficient responses. Create a blueprint to:
Build an Emergency Response Plan to reduce response time and protect your students.
Ransomware and DoS attacks can shut down communication within your institution for days. IT specialists and security officers need to join forces to prevent disruptive, embarrassing and costly attacks on your servers. Get ready for the biggest threats to come. Gain insights to:
Build up your resilience against cyberattacks to protect the activities of your institution.
Under-reaction and over-reaction are common when institutions face unexpected threats. Advance your threat assessment to keep your students and staff safe in any circumstances. Source intelligence to:
Accurately assess the threats to act in the best interests of your staff and students.