School Safety & Emergency Management

10/4/21—The National Center On Safe Supportive Learning Environments (NCSSLE), describes school safety as an atmosphere free of violence, bullying, harassment and substance use. The ability to create an environment with…

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Teachers & COVID-19

9/13/21—At the start of the pandemic, teachers faced a unique situation of transitioning to online learning. This presented numerous challenges, including adequate one-on-one instruction, ensuring proper attendance, and redesigning education…

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Essential Safety For Hotel Staff

9/8/21—As technology increasingly permeates our everyday lives, more problems can be resolved through the innovation it provides. One sector of workers who benefit from incorporating emergency management systems are the…

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Your Children & COVID-19

9/7/21—COVID cases have been rising all summer, and it looks like the trend will continue into fall. As vaccinations rise there is some hope, but for parents of young children…

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Panic Buttons vs. Phone Apps

8/30/21—It’s easier than ever to find products and services to improve health and safety. With the world at our fingertips, emergency alert phone apps can be quickly downloaded, sometimes for…

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Back To School Safety

8/16/21—As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, children have had to adjust to many “new norms,” like virtual learning. Though virtual learning has been essential, in-person classes offer numerous benefits,…

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Combatting COVID on Cruise Lines

7/30/21—As some look to resume pre-COVID travel and vacation plans, the cruise industry is doing everything it can to regain lost footing during the pandemic. Among the first cruise ships to return to service, the Celebrity Millennium boasts…

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Surgeon General Expresses Concerns as Delta Spreads

7/19/21—In light of the increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, along with stalled vaccination rates, Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy has voiced concern for the Delta variant currently sweeping the United States. With the 7-day average of COVID cases up almost 70% within one week, the Delta variant is said…

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