Strengthening Facility Safety: Crisis Prevention and Risk Management

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Location: online,

Event Date/Time: Jul 20, 2010 End Date/Time: Jul 20, 2010
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Strengthening Facility Safety: Crisis Prevention and Risk Management July 20th, 3:00-4:30pm EDT online webinar Host: Innovative Educators etention_p/89 9.htm NOTE: Payment is not required prior to event date (choose check by mail or PO as payment method when registering). The recording is always included and is accessible for one full year. OVERVIEW Community colleges have the opportunity to take advantage of lessons learned from recent violent incidents at educational institutions to make their facilities safer and more secure for their campus community. While we have been busy developing and implementing new emergency plans and crisis intervention teams, many of us have overlooked the role of secure facilities when considering safety measures to incorporate into planning of new construction and updating current buildings. This webinar is designed to review some of the strategies we can use to make our current buildings safer and to include in planning for and design of new construction in an effort to focus on prevention instead of response. OBJECTIVES 1. What critical recommendations emerged from the catastrophic events at Virginia Tech and how they can be implemented at their campuses, 2. What they can do to make existing campus facilities safer and more secure during emergencies, and how these provisions can contribute to prevention of violent incidents, 3. How to develop campus facility standards which incorporate specific security measures for new and existing buildings, 4. Resources for conducting facility safety audits, 5. Potential funding sources for safety improvements for their college. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? *Presidents *Vice President of Student Services *Vice President of Business & Finance *Academic Deans *Risk Managers *Facility Managers *Construction Managers *Campus Safety/College Police *Emergency/Crisis Coordinator WHO IS THE SPEAKER? Denise Swett has over 20 years of experience in higher education. She has been the Vice President of student services at CaƱada College and the Dean of students at Chabot College and was part of the leadership team in student services at the University of San Francisco. Denise has taught graduate courses focusing on issues and trends in higher education, and is a member of the Community College Advisory Board for NASPA. Denise has an Ed.D. from the University of San Francisco, a MPA and BS from San Jose State University, and is currently the Associate Vice President of Middlefield Campus & Community Programs at Foothill College. Enquiries: