Security

Crisis Management: A Framework for Transitioning from Reactive to Proactive

Crisis Management: A Framework for Transitioning from Reactive to Proactive

In transitioning from crisis response to crisis management, an organization should commit to five critical proactive measures: (1) establish what defines a “crisis”, (2) consider crisis in the context of the organization’s priorities, (3) anticipate potential crisis conditions through analysis, (4) establish decision points for potential crisis conditions, and (5) arrange for planned intervals during which crisis management leaders and teams meet to assess the current threat environment and potential crisis conditions.

Protect Yourself No One Else Will: 10 Tips to Develop an Effective Security Program

Protect Yourself No One Else Will: 10 Tips to Develop an Effective Security Program

Every organization, whether a school or business, should have an emergency action plan in place. The plan should be thorough, but not complicated, simple but sufficient. It should address any and all emergencies relevant to schools and your geographical locations. Active shooter, fire, bomb threat, natural disasters, Chem-Bio (white powder), and more should all be addressed.