Planning for Disaster – How a Major Corporation Survived the Blow of Hurricane Irma By Sharon P. Dawson

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Case Study by Sharon P. Dawson.

“Hurricane season begins June 1st and so it’s a good time to review our preparedness, dust off the old plans and review past lessons learned – TO BE SURE THEY WEREN’T JUST LESSONS AND ACTUALLY LEARNED! The following case study by CMCG is far more than just an interesting “story,” it’s an important opportunity for every ...

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School Active Shooter Drills – Finding the Right Balance by Jorge C. Castillo

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Virginia Tech University, Columbine High School, Sandy Hook Elementary School, Stoneman Douglass High School. The mere mention of these schools’ names conjures up painful memories, while highlighting an added role educators are now expected to perform; that of first responders. The challenges typically faced by teachers have become more complex by societal expectations that, in the face of an active threat or shooter, teachers will take the actions and steps necessary to safeguard and defend their students.

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