Anonymous school tip lines have uncovered another crisis that clearly must be addressed: teen suicide and mental health concerns.
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Anybody can suffer PTSD following a natural disaster, but an alarming statistic has emerged relating to first responder PTSD after natural disasters.
If you’ve been browsing the internet you’ve likely come across misinformation about the coronavirus. It's key for government leaders to prevent the spread of rumors.
Campus safety managers should turn to key questions higher education officials ask when evaluating their next university texting platform.
People may not share the same definition of “crisis”, and what may be “typical” for one area of the country may not be for another.
By approaching employee wellness and workplace safety as a strategic business investment, employers can generate ROI.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed employee communications in 2020, with organizations updating a variety of policies, from PTO to RTO.
Even with vaccination efforts ramping up, COVID-19 remains a major concern for K–12 schools, colleges and universities. Safety concerns that were priorities before COVID-19, such as student mental health and physical health, are still major concerns.
9-1-1 is considered to be the “Universal Emergency Number” in the United States. Have you ever wondered how our current 9-1-1 system came to be?
A seamless school safety drill doesn't just happen on its own. There are many factors to consider when determining the best way to evacuate a building, lock down a classroom, or notify staff members. Some panic button app systems can help schools run safety drills that are thorough and effective.