- School Safety
Creating an Emergency Operations Plan
Prepare, Prevent, Mitigate, Response, and Recovery – these are the four key points to consider when you’re creating an Emergency Operations Plan for your facility.
By considering your building’s set up, state guidelines, and key stakeholders, you’ll be able to prepare students and staff to act safely and effectively in the event of an emergency.
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Families and communities expect that schools will keep children safe from hazards and threats.
Developing a well-thoughtout emergency plan is important to ensure an effective response and to limit harm.
This infographic outlines some important steps to be better prepared to handle emergencies at your school.
SH Connect Features:
Manually inspecting emergency equipment can be a time-consuming task, which can lead to a higher chance of user error and possible neglect. When a crisis happens, you'll need your equipment to be up-to-date and ready to use. SH Connect is a compliance management system that helps you monitor your equipment using a desktop or mobile device, so you can feel confident that your facility will be prepared for any emergency.
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Empowering lay rescuers to assist with medical emergencies can have enormous implications and enhance even the best emergency response plans.
Medical emergencies happen every day, all over the world. Having trained professionals available on-demand to immediately assess and treat patients would be an optimal, but largely impractical expectation.
In this webinar, we discuss the importance of having the proper protocols and procedures in your facility to prevent your students from becoming another devastating statistic.