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resources for dealing with and avoiding risks; including preparing for a natural or human-made disaster, responding to the emergency, and supporting and rebuilding the school and community after the unplanned event


  • Adventist Resource
    Atlantic Union Conference Emergency Manual Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Published by the Atlantic Union Conference, this manual provides guidance to the principal, staff, and school board on how to prepare for and react in various emergency situations on campus and during field trips. See also AU's School...

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    After the Earthquake - Adult Reflections on Adolescent Experiences of a Natural Disaster Grade 7-Grade 12
    By interviewing participants seven years after the event, “this ‘living memory’ study investigated the perceived psychoemotional experiences of four senior high school students at one Christian school during and after the February 22, 2011,...

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    An Emergency is Coming--Are you Ready? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Is your school prepared to deal with a disaster? Disasters can be natural--fires, tornados, floods, and storms, or they can be man-made--plane crashes, bus and car accidents, toxic waste spills, and radioactive leaks from nuclear power plants. This article...

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    Crisis Management Seminar Training Manual Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This manual outlines what administrators need to know about crisis management. Addressed are issues such as why have crisis management, types of crises, how to organize for crisis management, developing a crisis response grid, communication before, during,...

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    Disaster Control in Libraries: A Lesson from the Los Angeles Central Library Fire Tertiary-Lifelong
    An examination of the April 29, 1986, Los Angeles Central Library fire. Recovery methods are described. Elements of disaster control are prevention, preparedness, and response. These should be included in a written disaster plan, formulated by a committee...

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    Disaster Preparedness for Schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    It is imperative that school administrators plan for disasters before they hit. The authors share appropriate preventative measures schools can employ. This article outlines the essentials for disaster preparedness and emergency response plans. An overview...

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    Emergency Notification Systems Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This article reviews emergency notification systems using current technology that 1) supports multi-modal notification, 2) allows real-time, two-way communication, 3) provides mechanisms for reliability and redundancy, and 4) has adequate capacity for emergency...

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    Emergency Procedures Manual - Columbia Union Conference Kindergarten-Tertiary
    This 32-page manual from the Columbia Union Conference includes topics such as bomb threats, severe weather, runaways, field trip emergencies, and more. As always, know your own local jurisdiction's procedures.

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    Emergency Response Policy and Procedures Preschool-Tertiary
    Discusses scenarios calling for lockdown, hold and secure, or shelter in place. Includes nine guidelines for consideration when forming lockdown plans.

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    How Safe is Your School? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "This article will bring you up to date on research about the complex issue of school violence, discredit some commonly held myths about the perpetrators of school violence, and present some practical recommendations and helpful resources to help you...

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    Managing a School Crisis for Administrators Preschool-Grade 12
    The presentation from this 2018 NAD convention breakout session contains useful information about how to handle a variety of safety threats. Examples of protocol from Loma Linda Academy are included.

  • Christian Resource
    Preventing the Spread of Infection in Faith Communities Toolkit Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "This toolkit was developed specifically for faith communities [churches and schools] to assist with infection control and emergency planning. In this toolkit you will find very helpful fact sheets, posters, resources for kids and schools/nurseries and...

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    Responding to Crisis in an Adventist Educational Environment: a CISM Perspective Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Learn how to develop, implement, and practice a crisis intervention response to various traumatic incidents that can affect the well being of your Adventist schools' students, teachers, and staff.

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    Safety and Emergency Resource - Southern Union Conference 0-2 years-Grade 12
    This 92-page document created by the Southern Union Conference includes templates and can be used while planning your own safety resource for schools and early childhood education centers.

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    School Safety - Everybody's Business Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Hile and Brown present methods Adventist schools can use to ensure children are safe. These methods include having a safety officer and safety committee, first aid supplies, a fire protection plan, a hazard reporting plan, conducting building inspections,...

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    Shattered Innocence - Preparing for the Unthinkable Grade 9-Tertiary
    School violence is an issue that can not be ignored. Learn about school risk assessments and safety procedures that will make your school safer.

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    Surviving a Natural Disaster Grade 1-Grade 12
    A head teacher reflects on the first few months after a tornado demolished their small school. Gather practical tips on how to prepare for and proceed after a natural disaster.

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    Tornado! Lightning! Fire! When the Alarm Goes Off, What Happens at Your School? Grade 9-Tertiary
    School staff members need to work together as a team to develop an emergency response plan for a school before a disaster strikes. Risk management professionals outline the importance of drills, maintaining an emergency supply list, going through a fire prevention...

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    What Adventist Colleges Are Doing to Ensure Campus Safety Tertiary
    Making sure administrators, teachers/staff, and students all are aware of the current safety procedures is crucial in the event of a crisis. By looking at what campuses have experienced and analyzing the policies that are currently in place, the future of...

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    What You Need to Know About H1N1 Flu - How to Keep Your Students and Staff Healthy Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Practical guidelines for flu prevention and control, for day and boarding schools, as well as links to additional helps online.

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    When Bad Things Happen to Good Schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Whether responding to a natural disaster or an incident of personnel misconduct, each school needs a Crisis Communication Plan that offers immediate and direct communication with parents, church, community, and the news media. During times of distress, members...

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    When Your Schoolhouse Burns! Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Schander lists several emergency preparedness tips for fire safety, using an example of when a local school burned down.