Tag: Emergency Preparedness
A TAL Global poll asks: “If an assailant entered your building or office, which of the following do you believe you would do first?”
With opioid-related fatalities in the U.S. at an all-time high, a new National Safety Council initiative aims to equip workplaces with lifesaving tools and training.
Facility managers should conduct an annual review of their sites with their team incorporating an active assailant focus.
Compounding disasters, where two or more hazards are present, are forcing many organizations to evaluate their risks and response plans.
Situational awareness technology has revolutionized the way retail malls approach safety and security. Learn how the Mall of America security team put it to use.
Whether you're planning a renovation, retrofit, or new construction, there are many considerations when choosing materials for a fire sprinkler system.
At the 21st Continuity Insights Management Conference, BC and DR professionals gathered valuable insight about operational resilience.
Focusing on five critical areas of service, the Council for School Safety Leadership (CSSL) helps school governance teams prepare for and react to significant crises.
Workers believe their employers have the means to help them feel more prepared for emergencies, but say current safety efforts have not been very effective, finds new AlertMedia report.
Margaret J. Millett, Head of Global Resilience, Uber, discusses her Continuity Insights Management Conference topic — Crisis Management: Bridging The Gap Between Business Continuity And Incident Response Planning.
Mary Herbst, VP of Enterprise Risk Management and Compliance, YMCA of the North, discusses her session topic for the 21st Annual Continuity Insights Management Conference: What’s Risk Got To Do With It? A Proactive Approach To Risk Management.
Ray Bonilla, Meta, discusses his session topic for the 21st Annual Continuity Insights Management Conference: Resilience Is A Team Sport — Driving Broader Organization Engagement And Impact.
Overhauling or even fine-tuning emergency preparedness and response plans can feel daunting. Here's where to start.
At high-profile stadium venues, Advanced Emergency Responder Communication Enhancement Systems (ERCES) can help eliminate potential dead zones to allow first responders to stay connected.
The majority of public schools have a written plan in place for a pandemic disease, as well as active shooter situations, natural disasters, and suicide threats or incidents.
How innovative weather technology protects utility providers and supports better emergency response coordination during weather disasters
Hospitals are not fully prepared to handle medical waste from Ebola and other deadly viruses on-site, according to the Healthcare Coalition for Emergency Preparedness.
Given the state of climate change, along with an increased focus on building safety and security, building resiliency is more top of mind than ever.
PowerSecure, the nation’s leading microgrid developer, helps businesses and their communities thrive before, during and after the storm.
The October 2022 issue focuses on sustainability and renewable energy trends, plus indoor air quality, mass notifications, and more.