Lucien Canton's "Keeping It Real" Series
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There is a lot of information freely available about preparing for a crisis. Unfortunately, a lot of that information, while well intentioned, ignores the reality of limited resources and espouses ideal rather than practical solutions. The Keeping It Real series marries solid theory with realistic solutions for preparing for and responding to crisis. Author Lucien G. Canton, CEM clearly explains why school emergency teams need to train together, trust each other and respect team leaders, "Response is not about individual effort. Effective response combines the effort of many people working together towards a common goal. The more preparation you give your team, the better your response."
- Keeping It Real: Building Sustainable School Response Teams
Going it alone in a crisis is not an option; you need a team to back you up. But who should be on that team? How will you prepare them? How will you use them? This guide offers practical suggestions for recruiting, training, and using an effective school response team.
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- Keeping It Real: Incident Management: The Ideal vs the Reality
The Incident Command System used by public services is solid, proven system. But is it the right one for your institution. This guide looks at what is really needed to manage an incident and how you can best prepare your team for this challenge.
- Keeping It Real: Preparing Your Institution for Crisis
Many crisis plans focus on what happens after an incident has occurred. But this is only half the story. There are things you can do to prepare before a crisis that can increase your chances for a successful response. This guide identifies areas you should consider in your planning and suggest practical tips for integrating preparedness into your daily activities. (2016 Release)