Category: Emergency Planning

The lack of visitor protocol is a common problem in schools across all school districts.
Whether the weather is warm or cold, kids need a break at school to release energy during recess.
Most schools do not have a sufficient emergency plan in place.
The NY Smart Schools Bond Act (SSBA) of 2014 authorized the issuance of $2 billion
Nothing creates more liability for a District in the wake of crisis than failing to adequately
Fire extinguishers are ALL OVER your school building. But if you have ever asked a staff member
It’s no secret that good communications is vitally important when managing an emergency.
Having evaluated a countless number of drills with Districts, I often see the same evaluation mistakes being made time and time again.
Lockdowns require that building occupants not only secure themselves in a lockable space but that they conceal themselves