Why the First 2-3 Minutes of an Incident are so Important
In this video from NFMT 2011: Robert Lang, assistant vice president for strategic security and safety, Kennesaw State University, explains that in a crisis situation, it's up to people on-site to handle the first two to three minutes.
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