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School Safety: Managing a Crisis Situation, Part 1

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Overview

How a school plans for and responds to a crisis situation can be crucial to determining the outcome of that situation. Knowing what to do and how to respond can help faculty and staff react consistently, quickly, and with the least amount of confusion and panic all of which affords the greatest chance for a positive outcome. In part one of this two-part series, join Brent Maguire as he discusses key components of crises response, along with the functions and various facets of each. As part of this discussion, Brent will cover what your school should do immediately when responding to a crisis situation. He will also address ways to implement the crisis plan and provide suggestions for putting that plan into practice.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Tuesday, February 14, 2017 @ 2:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources, School Safety, Workplace
Tags: crises response, crisis management, crisis plan, crisis response, DOL729, manage crises, school safety

Reviews (48)

Full Member
 
The webinar provides theory without examples. I think there is a lot of ground for improvement.
Full Member
 
Very informative and useful.
Full Member
+8
 
Useful and timely information.
Full Member
 
It was refreshing to have a presentation. There is plenty for people who, don't know what to do when there is a crisis.
Thank you for bringing this extremely helpful information to us.
 
Informative
 
Nice work
 
Thanks, good info, useful in every way.
 
Fantastic. I appreciate being given suggested verbiage for lockdown and shelter in place. We just say lock down lock down lock down three times three. It'd be nice to have the extra to say as well. I hope our school system approves it. Thank you!
Full Member
 
Thank you for valuable information!
 
Very useful information for any type of school setting - not directed to one type of school in particular. Would have liked deeper information on details of "Go Kit."
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