NYSSA Rapid Responder Program Presentation

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Dutchess BOCES Hosting NYSSA Rapid Responder Event

The NYSSA Rapid Responder Program is an aidable service being offered by NY BOCES to their component districts in order to help enhance school emergency preparedness and response. Join NYSSA Rapid Responder Programthe Dutchess BOCES on March 1st to learn about the program and how other NY BOCES have been offering the aidable service. A live demonstration of the system will be provided by Ryan Ellsworth, with Prepared Response, Inc. followed by a Q&A session. Read More

Roadshow Brought NYSSA Rapid Responder Information to Education Leaders

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Live Demonstrations & Guest Speakers Share System Benefits

Prepared Response, Inc. recently visited with key education leaders across New York to provide information and in-person demonstrations about the NYSSA Rapid Responder Program. Meetings were NYSSAheld in Erie, Syracuse, Ulster, and Plattsburgh and offered a firsthand look at the system. Attendees heard from guest speakers about its effectiveness and how ensures a timely response to emergencies or incidents. Read More

Rapid Responder: Frequently Asked Questions

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Questions

Many times, people see Rapid Responder and wonder what exactly it is. Once they find out, a variety of other questions begin to surface about the product, the implementation and the maintenance of it. Today we want to take some time and answer some of the commonly asked questions about Rapid Responder.

We started by collecting questions from our operations and sales team who travel often and speak with many potential users. Here are some common questions and answers they often run into while speaking with customers and providing demos. Read More

Rapid Responder & School Emergency Management Needs

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Learn How the All-Hazards Emergency Management System Meets Your School’s Needs for Increased Safety & Security

Most schools have federal and state issued laws they must adhere to in terms of emergency preparedness and crisis management. Juggling different requirements can be hard and trying to meet them can easily deplete a school’s budget. Having an all-hazards emergency management system is one of the most effective ways to stay within budget and meet expected requirements. Rapid Responder, a product of Prepared Response, Inc., offers schools and other facilities a simple web-based system to prepare for and respond to a variety of emergencies. Rapid Responder meets critical needs, law requirements, and is SAFETY Act certified by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Read More

Out of the Binder & Into the Cloud

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Complimentary Webinar for Oregon Education Leaders

Long gone are the days of keeping emergency plans in binders and distributing amended documents through email! Oregon schools and other education entities are invited to join us on February 11 at 10 am PT, as we showcase Rapid Responder, emergency preparedness and crisis management system. Take your response plans out of the binder and into the cloud, where all entities can view and perform procedures quickly and easily on any device.emergency plans

Rapid Responder, by Prepared Response, Inc., has been implemented in every k12 campus across Washington, empowering schools to plan, prepare and respond quickly and efficiently during any emergency. Join them and get your Oregon campus implemented with this robust system. Read More

Minnesota Communities Invited to Learn About Rapid Responder

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Complimentary Webinar Showcasing Firsthand Experience & Rapid Responder Effectiveness

Prepared Response, Inc. is offering a complimentary webinar where attendees can expect to learn about Rapid Responder®, the industry leading emergency management and crisis response system. Minnesota communities and facilities will see how Rapid Responder increases their safety and security via a live demonstration, viewing features specific to the system. Jeff Trick, Carver County Deputy & SRO for SouthWest Metro Educational Cooperative will give a firsthand user experience and explain how Rapid Responder has aided his district and community with crisis preparedness and efficient response time to any incident. Read More

Emergency Management Teams, Necessary for Schools & Districts

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School & District Level Teams are Key to an Effective and Timely Response

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Your district likely has district level emergency management teams, but does your school have their own emergency management team? There are many similarities and few differences between the two, but they are both necessary to an effective emergency response at any school. The two teams work together as a hierarchy system which balance each other out, and reduces the stress that accompanies any incident by spreading responsibilities out over many people. Read More

12 Topics for Monthly Safety Meetings

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Keep Your Safety Team Engaged & Use All Meetings for Training & Educationsafety meetings

Sometimes the most difficult part of safety meetings and what makes them less than effective, is not knowing what to discuss. We always recommend having a safety meeting once a month, but sometimes, there aren’t any safety issues to discuss. When those instances occur, take the opportunity to discuss new topics, or for training. Today we are going to give you 12 ideas for topics that you can use this year in your monthly safety meetings. Read More

Rapid Responder Customer Forums Frequently Asked Questions

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You Have Questions, We Have Answers

Rapid Responder Forums is available for current users to connect with other users from across the country, share unique ways to use the system, stay up-to-date on recent upgrades, and an additional way to connect with our support team. 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

So what are the most commonly asked questions about our forums?

What types of topics can I find in Rapid Responder Forums.

Users will find information on topics like, the mobile app’s that are offered, the two different types of interfaces (Emergency Response and Administrative), and drills and events. 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