Secure Our Children - Safety Presentation in Middleburg Heights
Security Industry Experts demonstrate technologies that address safety and security in schools. ESA (Electronic Security Association) National "Electronic Security Guidelines for Schools" is presented.
Addressing the vital issue of school safety, Safety Technologies of Middleburg Heights has assembled a panel of security industry experts to present technologies currently being deployed that aid in maintaining a secure environment. The systems that will be demonstrated and offered as a case study provide comprehensive measures that ensure the safety of our students, faculty and staff. These cutting-edge solutions are being implemented locally and are influencing national directives.
Keeping, students, faculty & staff safe during operating hours.
What will be Covered
Addressing external & internal threats (the most likely emergency situations involving "active threats" are from students who already are in the school or have access to the school)
Layers of protection: Outer perimeter, building perimeter, interior spaces and the different technologies specific to each area
Best Practices in Security Evaluation & Needs Assessment
How to secure allocated casino funding, government grants and funding through public/private partnerships
The use of Electronic Security as part of an overall Security Plan, based on Security Survey conducted to identify threats
Scaling and future planning
A Case Study featuring an unprecedented partnership between the City of North Olmstead and its schools and their plan to install a Mesh Network will be presented.
Who Should Attend
All City, County & State Officials, Safety or Risk Managers, School Safety Directors, Board Members, Liaisons and Superintendents, Police Chiefs, Fire Chiefs, Facilities Managers, or anyone with responsibilities in safety planning & procedures. Content applicable to any educational environment, public or private, from K-12 to multi-campus Colleges and Universities. Business Owners & Managers will also benefit.
Audio Video Interiors & Safety Technologies7204 Pearl Road, Middleburg Heights, OH 44256
Wednesday, July 31, 2013 8:00AM - 12:00PM, with check-in starting at 7:30 and lunch served immediately following the presentations.
There is no cost to attend however, registration is required.
Greg Tomasko & Jim Gutkowski, Honeywell Security
Mohsen Hekmatyar, ELPAS, a division of Tyco Security Products
Brandon Miller, Solar Project Manager, CarbonVision
Darryl Bosak, Firetide Wireless Infrastructure Mesh Network
Doug Gambrell, Sales & Project Management, Safety Technologies, will present on national directives of the Electronic Security Association
Michael Pope, President & CEO Safety Technologies
National School Safety Initiative Guidelines Now Available!
In an effort to establish a unified, comprehensive solution in addressing the safety and security within our schools, the Electronic Security Association recently formed a task force comprised of leaders within the security industry. Together, they developed a set of guidelines, The Electronic Security Guidelines for Schools, which was approved by ESA's Executive Committee. All registrants will receive a copy of this vital whitepaper.
Registration can be made by visiting http://conta.cc/10VYW3Eor by contacting Lisa Matthews at 440-886-6666 or firstname.lastname@example.org.