You have a plan, but will it work during an emergency?
Students, faculty and staff depend on you to protect them during a crisis. Conducting effective emergency drills that put response plans and designated responders to the test is critical for ensuring the safety of your campus community during life-threatening situations like an active shooter.This checklist was designed to provide you with a good starting point for determining if your campus community will take the right actions during an actual emergency.
Learn simple, yet effective ways to identify and correct gaps in response plans.
- Make sure the right people have been assigned the right roles
- Uncover any gaps in warning and notification procedures
- Find out if your people can make critical decisions on the fly
During an emergency, it will be too late to make adjustments to your plan. Download the emergency drill checklist and make sure your response plan will work as designed when a crisis threatens your campus.
Are your emergency drills really preparing your campus community for life-threatening events?