Perspective of the Shooter

We’ve been deep in conversation at Joffe regarding perspectives during crises at a school. We’ve discussed the student’s perspective and the importance of building confidence in faculty and leadership, especially in the midst of an emergency surrounded by students. We’ve talked about the importance of the parent perspective and the reality that they’ll never be fully pleased, but your ability Read more about Perspective of the Shooter[…]

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Triangles of Life: Sound Advice or Dangerous Myth?

Since 2004, an email has made the rounds every few years, continuing to spread an idea – specifically, “Triangles of Life” – that has been debunked countless times by a variety of agencies. If you have already heard this story and know that the best practice in an emergency is “drop, cover, and hold on” – thank you. Please Read more about Triangles of Life: Sound Advice or Dangerous Myth?[…]

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The Overlooked Safety Necessity: AEDs

If your school has classrooms stocked with emergency backpacks and fire extinguishers, you’re well on your way to full preparedness! But what about the equipment necessary to help someone in cardiac arrest? We at Joffe believe that for organizations to be fully prepared, staff and students should have the capability to apply life-saving techniques to any individual in need Read more about The Overlooked Safety Necessity: AEDs[…]

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