The Violence Prevention Formula – Part 2: Anonymous Reporting

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We previously discussed how to identify behaviors of concern that may lead to violence or self harm, but…

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Sitting on the Fence of Violence – How to Prevent Your Next Tragedy

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Nearly eight percent of students grades k-12 have been in a physical fight on school property and…

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Every Crisis is Preceded by Warnings – The Branson Duck Boat Accident

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A thunderstorm warning was issued for Branson, Missouri at 6:32 p.m. on Thursday, July 19th, 2018. Roughly…

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Infographic: Can your organization survive a Wildfire?

Update On Oregon Fires 7/19/2018: At least 163 wildfires were detected in the state after 2,300 lightning…

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What The Office Taught us About Emergency Preparedness – Part 3

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“Use the surge of fear and adrenaline to sharpen your decision-making,” – Dwight K. Schrute, The Office (Season…

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What ‘The Office’ has Taught us about Crisis Communication

‘The Office’ is an easily quotable television show. Between quirky Dunder Mifflin Paper Company Regional Manager Michael…

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INFOGRAPHIC: Prepping for the 2018 Hurricane Season

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently released its predictions for the 2018 Hurricane season. The Climate…

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Red Alert, Red Alert – You Need to Stop Using Code Words

Nearly 20 years ago, Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures gifted us the movie Monsters Inc….

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Are you Smarter than a Contingency Planner?

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True or False: The Equator passes through the southern tip of North America? (Answer: False). If you…

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