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A new year has arrived and with it comes the need to review your emergency planning and update your Emergency Operations Plan. Learn why and how to update your EOP.
A critical part of pre-incident planning, reunification maps help manage the logistics of reuniting parents and students after a school emergency.
Fire evacuation maps and evacuation plans have some key differences. Let’s explore how each is used for emergency planning.
A school fire likely caused by an electrical malfunction broke out in an elementary school building in Maine leaving it’s main wing in ruins.
A recent fire at a New England manufacturing facility prompted a full evacuation and four-alarm response from local emergency response teams.
Severe weather shelter area designation recommendations call for close examination of the ins and outs of your building.
An assembly area is a designated zone that is a safe distance from a building where occupants are directed to congregate in the event of a building emergency.
Evacuation maps can be illustrated and posted in a building in a number of ways. In theory, there is nothing wrong with trying to get your evacuation maps illustrated and posted yourself or in house. However, depending on the organization, the person or people put in...
Here’s some information on what to include on your internal security maps and why most organizations should consider keeping them on file.
Reverse Evacuation can be one of the most important, and most overlooked, evacuation procedures. Think it through and be proactive when planning for shelter in place and active shooter emergencies.