School Shelter-in-Place Training Program
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Read Issues to Consider in an Emergency
Keeping children safe is one of our top priorities. The materials below can help schools and early childhood/youth programs prepare to protect children in a shelter in place emergency.
Everyone in the school can use this issue set to prepare for an emergency. Get together with colleagues to consider these questions.
School management and administration can utilize this issue set to prepare to protect employees and children in a shelter in place emergency.
This is a list of questions for PTA members and other parents to consider to help them prepare to protect their children.
Develop Your Shelter-in-Place Plan
Explore these additional materials that can help support you through the training process and in preparing for an emergency.
This is a great way to start off the issue set discussions! See below for an alternate opening exercise that may work better for your organization.
Helpful checklist can be used by everyone in the school to build their personal shelter in place action plans that can be folded up in a wallet size.
This is a great document that provides advice and guidance on dealing with feelings of fear, stress, uncertainty and anxiety with yourself and others in an emergency.
Helpful hints and tips to facilitating group discussions using the issue sets.
This is an alternate opening exercise utilizing an overturned truck carrying radioactive waste.
Overview of a dirty bomb scenario where shelter-in-place would be an effective response.
Overview of an explosion on public transportation scenario where shelter in place would be an effective response.
Overview of a snowstorm scenario where shelter in place would be an effective response.
Overview of a power outage scenario where shelter in place would be an effective response.