January February 2021
- THE SECOND WAVE
- COMMUNICATING EVACUATION PLAN
- ENHANCING SCHOOL SECURITY
- 6 TIPS TO STAY SAFE ON CAMPUS
- PREPARING FOR FLU SEASON
The second wave is here, and people are tired of the pandemic as we head into what will most likely be a long, dark winter with COVID-19. Campuses of all sizes need to function at some level or risk an uncertain future.
Educational facilities and their leadership teams, along with teachers, elected officials, parents, and students themselves know the stakes have never been higher to determine what the best plan of action might be to protect our learners and navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.
When the COVID-19 pandemic swept through the country in early 2020, schools nationwide promptly closed their doors and put in place remote learning.
There is always a bunch of chatter in the college/university ranks of who has the best football or basketball program. It is always up for debate.
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has shattered the “normal” operational practices that educational facilities previously operated under.
A campus evacuation is one of the most challenging emergency situations a college or university may face.
Quick access to medical care is essential, especially in emergency situations. Accordingly, our hospitals, healthcare facilities, and their campuses are generally conveniently located, open 24/7, and accessible to the public.
The global economy is changing. Organizations are acquiring new spaces as they expand to cover new territory.
Across the nation, educational facilities are being designed with not only education in mind – but to ensure students, faculty and staff are protected during extreme weather events.
Chief among any college student parent’s concern is how their student will stay safe on campus.
Intercoms are an ideal solution for college and university campuses because they provide an appealing level of security for a campus’ friendly flow of people.
Changes are coming to corporate campuses as owners and managers look to increase efficiencies in the way facilities are secured and building operations are managed.
Puerto Rico protects more than 850 public schools with the help of Milestone Systems software
From small colleges to large universities, no campus has been immune to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As schools reopen this fall, districts not only have to navigate the challenges of COVID-19, but also have to resume regular emergency drills, including active assailant response trainings.
Schools around the country are now required to comply with the Department of Education’s new Title IX regulations, which are massively impactful in the critical area of how to handle reports of sexual harassment.