Don't miss your chance to join us live and hear industry experts discuss safety issues and solutions, as well as how CrisisGo can meet your organization's safety needs and reduce risks. We continually host webinars on emergency safety topics, so be sure to see what's new.
Once again we're hosting school safety expert, Jeff Kaye of School Safety Solutions Inc. to futhre discuss pandemic response for schools on Tuesday, April 7 at 2:00 pm (ET). Not only will Jeff quickly cover the key information regarding Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP) for schools, his presentation will also cover guidance to find sample plans, insights into the FEMA grants/reimbursements, psychological impact on students as they return to school, and extended Q&A.
We've collected our best presentations and made them available for you to watch on your own time. We encourage you to explore this wealth of safety knowledge to help your organization better understand the opportunities and strategies for improving safety.
During this on demand presentation Jeff Kaye of School Safety Operations, Inc helps school administrators understand what their responsibilities are during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. This presentation also focuses on how school operations can be directed toward getting schools open as soon as it's safe to do so and how continue operations.
Learn how Kevin Wellborn, Assistant Principal for Bonham Elementary School utilizes CrisisGo to facilitate realistic safety drills that are quick and efficient. Think your school can conduct multiple successful safety drills in under 15 minutes with over 500 kids? Kevin's can, and if you watch this on-demand presentation, you can learn how to achieve this kind of safety success too.
When a crisis occurs, you need to make sure the right people are instantly informed of the situation. During this event, Greg Liedl, CrisisGo Administrator for Bemidji Area Schools discuss how he used CrisisGo to respond to a bus rollover situation that resulted in an air evacuation. Watch now to learn how to enhance your safety communication for a streamlined emergency response.
From young people's friendships, drama, bullying, social media use, and the constant pressure to "keep up," Charlie Kuhn, Co-Founder & CEO of Cultures of Dignity will provide concrete, common sense strategies for educators or any professional who works with children and teens so they walk away with positive ways to impact their community. You won't want to miss this exciting presentation, so watch the recording today.
Learn how you can improve school safety by getting into the safety preparedness mindset. Watch this on-demand event to hear Dr. Steve Webb Superintendent, School Resource Officer, and former member law enforcement discuss the importance of adjusting your district's mindset to focus on safety preparedness.
Watch this on-demand event to hear Tim Donohoe, Director of Facilities for Evergreen Public Community High School share how his district has connected with first responders and how they even had an alert from CrisisGo reach first responders approximately 3 minutes before their standard response through police dispatch.
Seconds count in an emergency. Now you can benefit from the fastest response network available. Watch this on-demand event to learn how you can use converging technologies to save time in an emergency, improve role-based notifications and communication, and build a comprehensive safety network throughout your entire community.
Can you reach every staff member during an emergency? Do all the buildings in your district have a unified communication channel? Are first responders included in your safety communication? If you can't confidently answer yes to these questions, then you definitely need to watch this presentation with Levaughn Smart.
Watch this on-demand event to hear Keven Barker, School Director for Ridgeline Academy, discuss the value of centralized safety reports, like referrals and facility requests, in order to streamline school safety. Keven will also be speaking about this own experiences using CrisisGo for reporting safety issues and responding to risks before they become a serious problem.
Analyzing the events that unfolded during the 2018 Parkland, Florida shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School reveals critical lessons to be learned that can help school administrators be better prepared to respond to emergencies. Watch as Dan Cottner, School Safety and Security Program Manager at Abilene ISD, dissects the incident and shares vital lessons and best practices to help your district become more prepared.