AppArmor: Safety App Usage Among University & College Students

The purpose of this case study is to determine if using a mobile safety device is an effective response in an emergency. The case study will use a client testimonial from Dalhousie University, a news report on how Wilfrid Laurier University’s mobile safety app, SAFEHawk, was used during the recent BB gun shooting and campus lockdown, as well as a student review of SAFEHawk.

Selecting an Emergency Mass-Notification System Campus Safety and Preparedness

By: Jamie Underwood, Alertus Technologies

School shootings like Sandy Hook and Virginia Tech have spurred an ever-growing conversation about how to manage active shooter scenarios. These events have also encouraged a much broader discussion about how to reach all individuals across multiple facilities or areas in the event of any type of emergency.

This Whitepaper discusses-What is the best course of action, and what do school districts need to know when researching emergency mass notification systems? Find out how to achieve:

  • Comprehensive Notification Coverage
  • Integration
  • Code Compliance

Is Your Campus Prepared in the Event of an Active Shooter?

This Whitepaper explores how individuals and organizations can proactively prepare for Active Shooter situations? The author also analyzes a recent study released by the FBI on active shooter incidents between 2000 and 2013.
The ongoing threat of active shooters on college campuses brings safety and security to the forefront of everyone’s minds. And in response to that, many educational institutions continue to enhance their campus emergency preparedness protocols to include clear instructions for students, faculty, and staff to follow in the event of an active shooter. This whitepaper will help you learn:

  • Educating the Campus Community
  • Active vs. Passive Emergency Alerting
  • Campus Lockdown Following Possible Gunman Threat

Presented by:

Office of Safe and Healthy Students (OSHS) U.S. Department of Education

By David Esquith

Sunrise School Division of Manitoba

By Lesley Eblie Trudel

Develop an Effective Crisis Communication Strategy

By Rob Munro

Infographic: Emergency Preparedness in Canadian Schools Survey

The survey on Emergency Preparedness in Canadian Schools was conducted from June 13th – 25th 2014. The results represent the responses of the 100 participating colleges, universities and K-12 schools from provinces across Canada.

eBook: Emergency Preparedness in Canadian Schools Survey

The survey on Emergency Preparedness in Canadian Schools was conducted from June 13th – 25th 2014. The results represent the responses of the 100 participating colleges, universities and K-12 schools from provinces across Canada.