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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT RESOURCE GUIDE. Emergency Response, Recovery and Using Data. Karen McCuiston Kentucky Center for School Safety Murray State University. Place on classroom wall.

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Emergency Response, Recovery and Using Data


Kentucky Center for School Safety

Murray State University


Place on classroom wall


emergency response
Emergency Response

Accidents at SchoolAIDS/HIV InfectionsAircraft Emergency Allergic ReactionAssaultBomb ThreatBomb T -School ReportBus AccidentChemical Hazardous SpillDeath or Serious IllnessEarthquake

FireGas LeakHostage SituationKidnappingPoisoningRape/Sexual AbuseSuicideThreat of Harm (pdf) (doc)

Trespasser/IntruderWeaponsWeather Emergency

components of recovery
Components of Recovery
  • Schools and their larger community are confronted with putting the pieces back together following sudden, tragic events such as death or serious injury to students and staff, bus accidents, fires, natural or man-made disasters and violence. The aftermath of tragedies on individual children and adults is not simple to predict. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, research indicates that both adults and children demonstrate a wide range of reactions following a catastrophic event.
  • The goal after an emergency is to return to the business of learning and restore the infrastructure of the school as quickly as possible. There are four key components of recovery that need to be addressed so that a smooth transition can be achieved back to a relative state of normalcy and the healing process can began. They are:
    • Emotional Recovery
    • Academic Recovery
    • Physical/Structural Recovery
    • Business/Fiscal Recovery

What if the building is damaged???

How long??


about donations???


Follow Up to EmergenciesCritical Incident Stress M Teachers Helping Children Info Sheet for ParentsDisasters/EffectsAge Appropriate CISMTalking MethodDrawing MethodStress ConcernsClassmate TragedyCaring for CaregiverStudents Attending FuneralMemorialsSuicide


about volunteers???


about donations???

discuss data and how it drives the safety plan
Discuss Data and How it drives the Safety Plan