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- April 19, 2023 at 1:26 pm #42298
Does anyone have any lockdown procedures they may be able to pass along? We are looking for the actual procedures that are followed, along with a list of supplies that may be provided to each classroom. Thank you.April 19, 2023 at 1:55 pm #42516MichaelParticipant
In our District we have created bright orange charts that are posted in every classroom, office, cafeteria, etc. It gives clear directions to the emergency bells or P/A broadcast to all on campus on what to do in the event of lockdown, shelter-in-place, evacuation. Is this what you are referring to?April 19, 2023 at 4:54 pm #42632JeanneParticipant
Our school uses https://iloveuguys.org/ they have free resources for standard response protocols and training. We provide a lockdown bucket from More Prepared that has hygiene supplies. Under the bucket, we have 2 cases of Blue Can 50-year water and an Evac Backpack with supplies for the classroom and meeting rooms where students are present. I have attended 3 iloveuguys workshops and highly recommend them. We have them coming out to provide training with our staff this July.
Risk Manager, Springs Charter SchoolsApril 20, 2023 at 7:31 am #42797
Do you happen to have a copy of one of the bright orange charts? Also, does each classroom have any specific supplies for lockdowns (bucket for using the restroom, etc.)?
SeanApril 20, 2023 at 7:32 am #42801
Thanks Jeanne, I’ll check it out. Have a nice day!May 23, 2023 at 1:47 pm #44319NatalieParticipant
Hi, can anyone share the contents of the classroom emergency supplies? Also, does anyone have tourniquets in each classroom and if so, could you please share the product you are using especially for elementary for smaller bodies. Thank you!May 23, 2023 at 2:16 pm #44320ColetteParticipant
We are in the process of putting tourniquets in classrooms and are putting a CAT tourniquet and a SWAT-T in each kit. The SWAT-T is better for smaller arms and legs.May 23, 2023 at 2:37 pm #44321JudyParticipant
We have Classroom Emergency Kits in all classrooms. Here is a link to the video showing the contents of each kit, you should be able to cut and paste into your browser. https://youtu.be/ba606yvwzjY For larger areas (MPR, Library, Gym etc.) we have larger kits in rolling cases, with double the (same) items. The Bleeding Control kits are wall mounted next to all AEDs, and included in every classroom kit and large emergency kit. Also attached some flyers.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.May 23, 2023 at 3:01 pm #44325RebeccaParticipant
Where did you purchase these kits from? Thank you so much for sharingMay 23, 2023 at 4:05 pm #44326JudyParticipant
Rebecca, the classroom kit/large emergency Kit, emergency response kit and incident command kit we put together our selves. The Bleeding Control PAK we got from Ofer Lichtman, with High Threat Innovations. http://www.TraumaPAK.com. Ofer is a first responder in San Bernardino, and worked with our County Office of Ed in Riverside. That’s where I met him. I also have a video of Ofer showing the items in the Bleeding Control PAK and how to use.
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