Being prepared and staying calm is critical in any emergency.
In order to respond to an emergency effectively, it is important not to panic. Adequate planning saves lives, reduces suffering, and preserves property by enabling individuals to respond calmly and effectively in emergency situations.
- Active Shooter Protocol
- Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Locations
- Bomb Threat Protocol
- Building Evacuation Policy
- Emergency Communication System FAQ’s
- Emergency Phone Numbers
- Emergency Procedures
- Medical Emergencies
- Security Phones (Blue Lights)
- Senior Emergency Response Group (SERG)
- Shelter in Place and Lockdown (a.k.a. Secure in Place)