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The Education Leader Podcast recently featured Altaris founder and president, John LaPlaca. Listen as John shares:
- the challenges administrators face when it comes to emergency management
- walks through the step-by-step process he uses to help overcome those challenges
- and shares low- and no-cost options you can implement in your district this week
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Fire extinguishers are ALL OVER your school building. But if you have ever asked a staff member where the nearest one is to their workspace..... get ready for the blank look. How about how to actually use one? The vast majority of school personnel we question, have no...
Nothing creates more liability for a District in the wake of crisis than failing to adequately train staff in how to manage emergencies in your schools. Tough questions will be asked of administrators regarding the type and frequency of training provided. To be on...
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Most schools do not have a sufficient emergency plan in place. At best, today’s schools have a generic emergency plan in place that does not meet the needs of their particular facility. In most cases, administrators at these schools cut and paste the emergency plan...