Creating a "Red Book" Can Save Your Assets During an Incident
In this video from NFMT 2011: Robert Lang, assistant vice president for strategic security and safety, Kennesaw State University, explains how his department's "Red Book" helps emergency responders by providing information on buildings, including floor plans, the occupants and what chemicals are in the building.
Part 1: Crisis Management: Why you need to be concerned
Part 2: Incident Trends in Educational Institutions
Part 3: Tips for Creating a Crisis Coordinator Program
Part 4: Why the First 2-3 Minutes of an Incident are so Important
Part 5: Creating a "Red Book" Can Save Your Assets During an Incident
Part 6: Understanding Technology Supported Emergency Response Initiatives