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What Type of Safety Training Should Campus Faculty Receive?

Mary Kate McGrath
June 03, 2019

In 2019, there have been 8 reported shootings on college or high school campuses. These attacks occurred in locations across campus,...

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What We're Talking About This Week - May 31st

Mary Kate McGrath
May 31, 2019

According to Campus Safety Magazine, there are several general steps to consider when creating a hospital emergency plan that goes...

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How San Juan County, New Mexico Improved School Emergency Response Times

Amelia Marceau
May 30, 2019

On December 7, 2017, Aztec High School in San Juan County, New Mexico faced every school’s worst-case scenario and revealed a need to...

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Why San Francisco Ban of Facial Recognition Technology Should Spark More Conversations

Andrea Lebron
May 29, 2019

The City of San Francisco voted to ban facial recognition technology on Tuesday, May 14th, 2019, but for many, this stance is sparking...

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How to Bolster Safety For Urgent Care Centers

Mary Kate McGrath
May 28, 2019

Across the United States, Urgent Care Centers are becoming an increasingly popular way for residents to access healthcare services. As...

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Where to Look for Potential Opportunities in a Business Impact Analysis

Mary Kate McGrath
May 28, 2019

What would happen if your business were unable to operate due to a fire, a cyber-attack, severe weather, or a contagious illness...

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What We're Talking About This Week - May 24th

Mary Kate McGrath
May 24, 2019

In the News

Texas lawmakers are working toward passing new legislative measures to increase campus safety, one year after the mass...

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Best Practices for Running K-12 School Safety Drills

Tara Gibson
May 23, 2019

K-12 schools around the country are on high alert due to the shocking rise of active shooters and school safety threats. The tragic...

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How To Prepare Your Community for Flooding Season

Mary Kate McGrath
May 22, 2019

Amid record floods, emergency managers must prepare residents for both physical and economic damage. Preparing your community for...

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The Role Communication Plays in Workplace Safety for Nurses

Mary Kate McGrath
May 21, 2019

Even though the healthcare industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in the United States, reports show that rates of violent...

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Best Practices for Rip and Replace Technology Projects

Mary Kate McGrath
May 21, 2019

When it comes to best practices for rip and replace technology projects, opinions vary from “if it ain't broken, don't fix it” to “big...

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Car-Ride Sharing Safety Tips to Give To Students

Mary Kate McGrath
May 20, 2019

In March, Samantha Josephson, a 21-year old college student at the University of South Carolina, was killed after getting into a car...

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