Beat the Heat!

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Summer Fire Safety in Your Mall

Shopping centers start to see an increase in shoppers through the summer months since school is out, but summer brings other challenges for facilities. Wildfires, overheating of air conditioners, generators, and other electrical wiring become a concern during warmer seasons. Be prepared this summer and offer a safe place for people to beat the heat with these fire safety and prevention tips. Read More

Propel Your School Safety with this Tip

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safety assetUse Student’s as a Safety Asset

School’s focus a lot of their time on staff training and preparedness, from summer training to teacher work days throughout the year. Many states require students be taught about fire safety, but often times, the students are left out in the preparedness process. Read how students can make a difference in safety and be used as a safety asset,  how you can start the safety conversation with them, and how to discuss safety, taking student age into consideration. Read More

Mitigating Continuous Risk at Your Hospital

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Hospital Fire Hazards

Fire Hazards, Compliance, Training, & Mass Disaster

Hospitals must take a different approach to mitigating continuous risk. Their approach must be continuous, on a cycle that has no end: continuous training, continuous drills, continuous dialogue, etc. Although there are many risks and many facets to each risk a hospital faces, some of the most popular are fire hazards, compliance, training, and mass disaster. Read More

Mitigating Continuous Risk at Your Hospital: Training

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Training is arguably the most critical component to mitigate risk at your hospital. Timely training reduces the amount of safety related incidents and creates a safer facility for not only patients, but staff as well. Whether it be a slip, trip or fall concern, or reducing illness for staff, training will help to mitigate most risks. Training is knowledge and knowledge is power, power over your safety and security concerns. Read More

Mitigating Continuous Risk at Hospitals Series

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Fire Hazards & Reducing Risk

Hospitals and healthcare facilities are one of many places with continuous risks, meaning safety and security must be well planned and up-to-date. Fire hazards are one of the many hazards and concerns we will talk about this week during our series, “Mitigating Continuous Risk at Your Hospital.” Fire hazards are one aspect that can be easily maintained, thus reducing the risk involved. But the only way to make that possible is to stay on top of certain aspects that cause the most concern to a hospital. Click through to see how these 6 areas of concern can be mitigated to reduce fire risk. Read More

Essential Tools for Emergency Responses at Your Place of Worship

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Gathering & Documenting Resources for Emergencies

When an emergency happens at your place of worship you want to be prepared, including having on hand the resources you will need to respond effectively. Different types of emergencies will produce different types of responses, so it is important to have essential tools for a wide variety of emergencies that may present themselves. Click through the tabs to see necessities for different incidents that may happen at your place of worship. Read More

4 Ways to Prevent Fires at Your Place of Worship

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prevent firesDon’t be a Statistic, Intentional Prevention Can Reduce Fire Vulnerabilities

Fires at a place of worship are always a concern, whether it be a natural fire or arson, it can be prevented to a certain degree. Many times, our first option is not the safest, nor is it highly likely to prevent fires; fire prevention in your place of worship must be intentional to be effective. Here are 4 ways you can proactively work to prevent fires in your religious center. Read More

Public School Safety vs. Private School Safety

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Is One Safer Than the Other?

public schoolPublic school or private school? Which is safer? Many parents wish of sending their children to private school where class sizes are smaller, books are newer, and the focus is on more than test scores. But is private school any safer than public school? Many people believe private schools are safer and more secure for their children than public schools; however, some studies have shown that private schools do not put as much funding toward safety and security, creating a less safe environment and giving people a false hope. Read More

New Year, New Goals for Your Movie Theater

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 Create Safety Goals to Increase Overall Theater Security

This past week we focused on creating goals to start the New Year off on a safer note. We brought you safety goal topics centered on schools, churches, healthcare facilities, and now cinemas. Theater owners may lack specific and safety centered goals because cinemas have a higher turnover rate for employees, but this aspect makes safety even more important. This year, work toward new goals that increase the overall security of your facility. Read More

Rapid Responder Customer Forums, the Newest Customer Engagement Option

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KIRKLAND, WA – DECEMBER 15, 2015 – Prepared Response, Inc.® has just announced their newest channel of customer engagement for Rapid Responder users by opening a new customer forum. Rapid Responder Forums is a place where end users can go to connect with other users, share unique ways to use the system, and use as an additional avenue for customer support. Rapid Responder users will find a variety of threads to post to and read from, which will cover system updates, the Emergency Response Interface, the Administrative Interface, mobile apps, and tips and tricks. A feature requests thread is also available for customers to submit ideas and needs for future system updates. Read More