Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020

Life-Counts® for School Districts, Colleges and Universities

A secure web-based emergency management data-base service for Public School Districts, College campuses or Universities where there are multiple buildings. Life-CountsŪ will help you to quickly and easily distribute your master crisis plans to every school building. Each building can then custom design the master plan. Test all faculty and staff to be certain they understand the plan with On-Line Testing with 100% accountability. Your Safety Administrator can set goals and deadline dates for all schools to meet and then monitor the sites for performance levels. Other Features: Fire Drill Log Book, Building Inventory & Emergency Supply Data Base, Event Scheduling, Edit and "Instant Upload" Text or upload your own PDF Plans. Easily Design Crisis or Emergency Response Teams in each school, User Feedback, Instant Test Evaluation spots weakness in plans so improvements may be made. Communicate to specific user groups such as those who have been tested or who have not, who has passed, failed, or who is certified in NIMS, CPR, AED, 1st Aid, or those who need special assistance. Special access portals for local emergency services, security, parents/guardians or students. Add video showing how your own alarm is activated and what it sounds like. Everyone is literally on one page 24/7. Life-CountsŪ can reduce; risk, insurance premiums, training time and printing costs. Connects to local fire and police. Inquire about our Insurance Premium Reduction Plan


Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (REMS)
The U.S. Department of Education's Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools (OSDFS) began administering the REMS (formerly, Emergency Response and Crisis Management) discretionary grant program in October 2003 to help school districts develop comprehensive plans for any emergency or crisis, including natural disasters, pandemic influenza, violent incidents, and terrorist acts. More Information

OSDFS Emergency Management for Higher Education Grant
The U.S. Department of Education's Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools, in partnership with Health and Human Services' Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), will award funds to support emergency preparedness planning for higher education institutions.

This new grant competition is designed to fund higher education institution projects to develop, or review and improve, and fully integrate, campus-based all-hazards emergency management planning efforts within the framework of the four phases of emergency management [Prevention-Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery]

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