Improving student safety engagement is a goal that’s best addressed from multiple angles.
Safety & Protection
Superintendents, principals, school resource officers, teachers, counselors, nurses and administrative staff in over 13,000 school districts have returned to the classroom after almost 18 months of hybrid or remote learning. Staff members are doing their best to create a sense of new normalcy for students as they navigate the unknown, while still dealing with everyday emergencies.
This year, we hosted our annual Rave Summit virtually. Critical communications and safety professionals across all industries came together to share innovative strategies for keeping their communities, campuses and employees safe and informed during one of the most turbulent years in decades.
Defined policies, situational awareness, and efficient employee communication are core to HR leadership’s ability to create a safe and productive working environment; however, it can be challenging to deliver on employee expectations of safety and workplace wellbeing when HR’s single communication channel is email. Consider the following questions when evaluating your employee communication and engagement
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.
Many different types of safety incident occur in healthcare environments – from assaults on staff to supply chain shortages to severe weather emergencies. Each type of safety incident can have different outcomes depending on how it is managed; and often it is the case that the less complex an incident is to manage, the better
Right now, having a reliable mass communication system is crucial. In this post, we will provide an all-encompassing rundown of Rave Notifier for Desktop and tell you how you can use it to your advantage.
Public information officers (PIOs) have an extremely important duty in sharing critical information with communities in order to save lives and protect property.
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.
Although community policing and the efforts surrounding it may look different in each jurisdiction, there are many examples of community policing strategies at work demonstrating the three key components of organizational transformation, community partnerships, and shared problem-solving.