Bomb threat management protocols should already be a part of your school's EOP, crisis plan, or safety plans, but many schools lack appropriate training or are following old, outdated procedures that were not developed specifically for schools.
Bomb threats and bomb incidents have historically always occurred in schools, but the frequency, disruption, scope, and potential devastation of explosive-related events has increased exponentially.
Even more alarming, however, is the fact that schools have not kept pace in their planning and response capabilities, instead relying on outdated, ineffective, and often dangerous protocols and procedures.
Bomb Threat Management and Response training provides school decision makers with the knowledge and strategies necessary to appropriately plan for, prevent, and respond to bomb threats and bomb incidents.
The course begins with research-based evidence of the rapidly changing nature of bomb-related risks. The majority of the course focuses on how to create best-practice based policies and protocols that assist school leaders in making critical decisions about preventing bomb-related incidents, evaluating threats, implementing evacuation procedures, selecting evacuation sites, and responding to detonation events.
This course does not train participants to identify, detect, or handle explosive devices or materials, but rather focuses on the unique planning and response activities that will be required of school decision makers when responding to a bomb threat or bomb incident in a school.
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The Educator’s School Safety Network is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides low-cost training options to empower all your school stakeholders to save the lives of the children entrusted to their care.