Championing Inclusive Safety: Webinar on Crisis Management for Students with Disabilities
During a crisis, protecting students requires careful planning and proactive decision making. Join us for this webinar as we explore the four phases of crisis planning - prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery.
Our expert panel will address the various types of disabilities and provide strategies for integrating their needs into district-wide safety plans. Don't miss this opportunity to gain insights into comprehensive emergency preparedness planning that prioritizes the safety and well-being of all students!
Register to watch the recorded webinar on demand!
Meet Your Intrado Safety Advocacy Council Hosts:
Bob serves as the Director of Safety & Security for a charter school district based in Arizona with schools in several states. He is responsible for the executive oversight and delivery of safety and security services and programs for all campuses. Previous to this position, he was the Director of Safety & Security with the Harrison School District in Colorado Springs, CO while also serving as a safety and security consultant for the Adams 14 School District in Commerce City, CO.
He has over twenty-five (25) years of law enforcement, safety, and security experience, including the position of Director of Public Safety (chief of police and fire) for the City of Ironwood, MI.
During his career in law enforcement, as well as being POST certified in Michigan and Arizona, he completed completed multiple law enforcement, security, and safety centric programs. He was also a certified firefighter in Michigan.
Mr. Erspamer has been trained and is certified in many local, state, and federal courses. He is a current trainer in the Standard Response Protocol (SRP) and a Stop the Bleed instructor.
Mr. Erspamer states, “Working in school safety and security for the past 10 years has been one of the most challenging and rewarding opportunities of my life.”
Catherine spent 10 years as an Emergency Management and School Safety Specialist at both the Texas School Safety Center and the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB).
In her work, Catherine assisted school districts and campuses with the development of emergency operations plans, campus response protocols, training and assistance with school security audits, campus drills, tabletop exercises and student threat assessment teams.
Catherine was a sought-after presenter at many conferences in Texas, and also at the National School Safety Conference. Currently semi-retired, Catherine continues to work to assist schools in creating and maintaining a safe environment for students and staff.
In this webinar we'll cover:
- The four phases of emergency crisis planning
- Emerging school safety technology
- Emergency preparedness planning techniques
- Importance of sharing precise location and incident data automatically with 911 centers
Attendees will also have the opportunity to ask questions and get advice from school safety experts. Whether you're just starting to think about school safety or you're looking for ways to improve your current program, this webinar is for you.