Developed by law enforcement, fire, EMS, facility security, hospitals, universities, private businesses, and federal agencies, NFPA 3000 provides guidance on the comprehensive plans, policies, and procedures that should be established before, during, and after the unthinkable happens. Join NFPA Emergency Services Specialist John Montes on Thursday, September 13th at 2 p.m. (EDT) via Campus Safety as he explains why everyone has a role to play in keeping people and properties safer from harm. The moderator is Zach Winn, senior editor, Campus Safety Magazine.
The webcast will cover the following areas:
- The scope, parameters, and practitioners that contributed to NFPA 3000
- The standard’s 20 chapters designed to help you reduce risk
- Ways to organize, manage, communicate, and sustain your ASHER program
- Resources and tools available to you
The webcast is sponsored by Siemens. Registration is being accepted.