7 Questions You Should Consider When Creating Your District Emergency Plans
Join us Tuesday, December 10th at 2pm Central
In this webinar, Paul Timm, Physical Security Professional and author of School Security: How to Build and Strengthen a School Safety Program, will discuss key considerations and critical questions to ask when creating district emergency plans as well as best practices for district safety teams.
In this webinar you will learn:
Critical questions to ask when creating district emergency plans
Key considerations when creating or updating your district emergency plans
Best practices for safety teams
How to communicate crisis plan with students
About Our Speaker
Facility Engineering Associates
Paul Timm, Vice President of Facility Engineering Associates, is a board-certified Physical Security Professional (PSP), the author of School Security: How to Build and Strengthen a School Safety Program, and a nationally acclaimed expert in physical security. In addition to conducting numerous vulnerability assessments and his frequent keynote addresses, Paul is an experienced Crisis Assistance Team volunteer through the National Organization for Victims Assistance (NOVA). He is certified in Vulnerability Assessment Methodology (VAM) through Sandia National Laboratories and the ALPHAÔ vulnerability assessment methodology. He is also a member of ASIS International’s School Safety & Security Council and the Illinois Association of School Business Officials’ Risk Management Committee. Paul recently earned his Master’s degree from Moody Theological Seminary.
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