Safety drills are key to increasing your school community’s knowledge of how to respond to an emergency or violence. They help prepare individuals to respond quickly, calmly, confidently, and safely should an actual crucial incident take place.
Join Brad Spicer, National Director of Safety Preparedness & Emergency Management, on Wednesday, August 23 at 2:00 p.m. ET to hear best practices for conducting trauma-informed drills, communicating with families, and the importance of logging and practicing drills within the first 90 days of the school year.
During the webinar, you’ll learn how to:
- Inform Families of Drills Being Conducted
- Learn effective communication strategies to keep families informed about upcoming safety drills and their importance.
- Implement Trauma-Informed & Age-Appropriate Strategies
- Discover best practices to ensure safety drills are conducted in a manner that considers students’ emotional well-being and developmental needs.
- Emphasize the Importance of Logging & Practicing Emergency Operation Plans (EOP)
- Understand the significance of maintaining accurate records of drills and the relevance of practicing EOPs for effective crisis response, including reunification procedures.