Due to the shortcomings of wall-mounted alarms and Bluetooth-enabled wearables, school districts are searching for a school alert app that communicates emergencies to teachers, staff and 9-1-1 in the quickest and most efficient way possible.
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2022 is full of uncertainty for those in charge of the safety and wellbeing of employees. Many workplaces like offices or manufacturing and healthcare facilities are still making adjustments following the COVID-19 outbreak. Although it seems likely that 2022 will be the year the world resumes some sort of normalcy, it’s still unclear exactly when that will occur.
In May of 2018, the Hospital Preparedness Program celebrated fifteen years of enhancing the ability of hospitals and healthcare systems to prepare for and respond to public health emergencies. We look at why the program was established, what its objectives are, and where it may be headed in the future.
Although the 5 E's of corporate safety can vary between training organizations, they generally follow the sequence of Education, Engagement, Engineering, Enforcement, and Evaluation.
In May, law enforcement officers from across the country will travel to Washington D.C. to participate in a series of events and ceremonies for National Police Week. The week coincides with Peace Officers Memorial day, which falls on May 15th, and both of which are meant to honor the law enforcement officers who lost their
There are key differences between a hard lockdown and a soft lockdown. A hard lockdown indicates an immediate threat on campus - it requires the school to go into an internal emergency procedure. A soft lockdown is used when a possible threat is identified in the surrounding area.
Emergency blue light boxes have become a symbol of safety on campus, and may feel like an essential part of a college or university security plan. But blue light boxes have also come under new scrutiny in recent years, with safety professionals reevaluating how effective the tool is in a digital age.
For those working in human resources, the everyday responsibilities have abruptly changed to adapt to the new challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, freelancers were projected to make up the majority of the workforce by 2027, as more companies embrace flexible work schedules, according to a study conducted by the Freelancer’s Union.
Employers have an important role to play in mitigating the consequences of the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in communicating information in a timely and efficient manner to keep employees safe.