Long Distance Lightning Events: The Unseen Threats

In September of 2016, The World Meteorological Organization in Geneva confirmed that a new record lightning strike was documented in...  More

Safety Signs Say More Than We May Think

Many private colleges and universities have taken the time to write-and it should be in writing-a safety plan that instructs staff and...  More

Lighting Upgrades for Efficiency, Safety, and Well-Being

We look upon American educational establishments with a great sense of pride, knowing many of its buildings have withstood the test of...  More

Students Can Play Role in Keeping Campus Safe

It most often falls to university employees, faculty, professors and administrators to keep the students at their school or university...  More

One Campus, One Card

In a world of simplified technology, people are becoming predisposed to carrying less in their pockets, purses or bags. And this is no...  More

Emergency Mass Notification Systems

Emergency warning systems provide rapid notification to those at risk from hazards and enable them to take protective actions. U.S....  More

Campus Carry Policies in Private Colleges and Universities

As active-shooter situations have spread to college and university campuses over the last decade, administrators in higher education have...  More

On-Campus Life-Safety and First-Aid Considerations

In light of the increasing incidences of active shootings on post-secondary campuses in the recent years, administrators have begun...  More

Academic Excellence Requires a Culture of Safety

A university is a complex community; so, too, are the safety issues. From petty theft to acts of violence, minors abusing alcohol to sexual...  More

Safety as a Community Endeavor: Empowering Your Biggest Campus Safety Resource–Students

Who is responsible for making your campus a safe environment for learning and personal growth? The vast majority of college campuses have a...  More