Tag Archives: Emergency Planning

Elevator Entrapment Protocols and Considerations

Elevator Entrapment Protocols and Considerations What to do when someone is stuck in an elevator?  This question comes up on occasion in campus safety and emergency management conversations.  I asked some colleagues in higher education emergency management via the Disaster … Continue reading

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Emergency Notifications, Texting, and the FCC

Special thanks to involvio.com for publishing this on their site as well – http://blog.involvio.com/2018/01/28/untitled/.   Since 1990, federal law has required colleges and universities to have a notification system for emergencies such as natural disasters, active shooters, bomb threats and more.  K-12 … Continue reading

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International Incidents and Campus Safety: Events Around the World Always Land on Campus

During the past few years while I have been serving as a Dean of Students, and in many of my other positions, I have thought about the impact of international crises on the campus safety of higher educational institutions and … Continue reading

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Heading to the annual conference for the Association of Intermountain Housing Officers

I am excited as I am currently at “The Hive” Restaurant at the Salt Lake City International Airport waiting for my flight to Albuquerque. I will be attending the annual conference for the Association of Intermountain Housing Officers. On Monday, … Continue reading

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