School safety challenges persist even in the post-COVID era. Comprehensive communication tools can help administrators combat these threats.
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As the globe struggles to adapt to the changes caused by the coronavirus pandemic, keeping mental health front of mind is extremely important.
Alyssa's Law would require some kind of silent panic button or alarm in all public schools with a direct link to law enforcement agencies.
These tips will help healthcare organizations succeed in passing their survey to achieve Joint Commission Accreditation.
A mobile panic button app can provide crucial support for students, teachers, parents and administrators during and after crisis situations.
A soft lockdown is one option school safety officials have to respond to threats. Learn more about soft lockdowns and when to use them.
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.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people suffered bereavements, lost their jobs, and/or experienced financial difficulties. Although the situation is improving, millions more people may yet be impacted by the consequences of the pandemic due to the mental health crisis sweeping America.
In March of 2019, unionized nurses in New York City delivered a formal strike notice to the three largest hospital networks. The notice warned that if the hospital management and the New York State Nurses Union didn’t reach an agreement, 10,000 nurses would not show up to work and picket outside of Montefiore, Mount Sinai,
On March 17, cities typically celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with food, music, dancing, and of course, parades. Each region will have different traditions for their St. Patrick’s Day parade – from pipes and drum band to floats to Irish step-dancers or baton throwers. Crowds for St. Patrick’s day festivals can also vary in size and