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How School Safety Has Changed Since the Columbine School Shooting 20 Years Ago

Todd Miller
April 18, 2019

The 20th anniversary of the Columbine school shooting is on April 20th, 2019 and we’ve learned a lot about school safety since that...

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Lessons Learned from The New Zealand Shootings

Andrea Lebron
April 17, 2019

The Christchurch mosque shootings on March 15 shook New Zealand and prompted a powerful inquiry into the worst mass murder in the...

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Managing Hospital Safety During Nursing Strikes

Mary Kate McGrath
April 16, 2019

In March of 2019, unionized nurses in New York City delivered a formal strike notice to the three largest hospital networks. The...

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Lord Fairfax Community College Makes a Mass Notification System Switch Within Hours

Mary Kate McGrath
April 15, 2019

Switching to a new mass notification system can be a challenge for any college or university. It’s a time-consuming challenge to not...

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The Latest Violence against Teachers Statistics

Andrea Lebron
April 11, 2019

Finding accurate violence against teachers statistics is practically impossible due to the varying ways in which violent incidents are...

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What are CMS Hospital Star Ratings and How Are They Calculated?

Andrea Lebron
April 09, 2019

CMS Hospital Star Ratings are a quick-reference guide to the performance metrics of more than 4,500 hospitals nationwide. Because of...

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How To Protect Students In Agricultural Programs & Other High-Risk Majors

Mary Kate McGrath
April 08, 2019

Students in agricultural programs and other high-risk majors might need to follow special safety programs since these majors can be...

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Why Communication Technology is Just as Vital as Traditional Security Solutions in Schools

Andrea Lebron
April 04, 2019

At the recent NSCA Business and Leadership Conference, Michele Gay, the mother of a victim of the Sandy Hook school shooting, gave a...

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What Emergency Managers Can Learn From the Midwest Historic Flooding

Mary Kate McGrath
April 03, 2019

In the early Spring of 2019, snowmelt from the “bomb cyclone” and heavy rainfall resulted in record flooding to the midwest region of...

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The Prevalence of Domestic Violence in the Workplace and How to Address It

Andrea Lebron
April 02, 2019

Statistics relating to domestic violence in the workplace are often out-of-date and generally unreliable. Nonetheless, the issue...

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Increasing Severe Weather: How Two Counties Tackle a Growing Problem

Carolyn Berk
March 27, 2019

At Rave, we have the opportunity to work alongside thousands of jurisdictions, universities, schools, and organizations across the US...

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How Denver Health Improved its Emergency Notification System

Andrea Lebron
March 26, 2019

Denver Health and Hospital Authority improved its emergency notification system with a new solution, that also brought them into...

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