Businesses must maintain safe working conditions for their employees. Learn how you can protect yours with a mass notification system.
Some students only receive mental health and emotional support services at their schools.
Improving student safety engagement is a goal that’s best addressed from multiple angles.
2021 was a year filled with many obstacles. Learn how we did all we can at Rave Mobile Safety to maximize safety in a 2021 year wrap up.
Healthcare facilities were impacted the worst during the pandemic.
Over the past decade, staffing models in healthcare have most often been designed to balance the value-driven requirements of the Affordable Care Act with a nationwide shortage of medical personnel. At the start of the COVID-19 crisis, staffing models in healthcare underwent significant changes – changes that may be with us for a while.
Initially celebrated in 2013, Attendance Awareness Month has the objective of raising awareness of the connection between school attendance and academic achievement. This year, the event has added importance due to the perception that chronic absenteeism resulted in students experiencing significant learning loss during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Although much has changed this year due to the success of the vaccination rollout, anticipating what the fall semester may look like is still a stab in the dark. Learn about COVID-19 mitigation strategies colleges and universities are using to keep students safe as they return to campus.
Communicating campus evacuation plans is never straightforward for colleges and universities. Personal safety apps can store evacuation plans, provide directories for emergency contacts and help locate staff or students who have no arrived at an evacuation station.
The recent extreme heat warnings across the south and south-west of the country brought back memories of last summer when triple-digit temperatures in many locations put increased stress on public health agencies and healthcare systems already under immense pressure from the COVID-19 pandemic. Alarmingly, this year the situation could get worse.