Emergency Response Planning for NY Schools August 4, 2021
New York State’s school officials and staff do countless things every day to keep students and staff safe. This three-hour training focuses on an in-depth review of New York State’s Project SAVE legislation regarding District-Wide Safety Plans and Building-Level Emergency Response Plans, and how school officials can use the planning principles and planning process recommended in the federal Guide for Developing High-Quality School Emergency Operations Plans, to meet New York’s statutory and regulatory requirements. Participants will receive guidance in how to apply a 6-Step Planning Process to develop plans which will allow your school or district to address the 5 Preparedness Missions of Prevention, Mitigation, Protection, Response, and Recovery.
Chief Emergency Officers (CEOs) of Boards of Cooperative Education Services (BOCES), public school districts and charter schools; district and school building administrators; other school district, school or BOCES personnel who are members of the school or district safety planning team and are involved in planning and the annual development, review, and revision of District-Wide Safety Plans and Building-Level Emergency Response Plans.
• Tina Tierney, Kathy Oboyski-Butler, and Sarah Murphy from the NYS Center for School Safety
• NYS Education Department staff from the Office of Student Support Services
This virtual training will be presented in one part on the date provided below.
August 4th, 2021 from 8:30am-11:30am
Registration: The training is FREE and open to employees of NY schools, districts and BOCES. The deadline for registering is August 3rd, 2021. CTLE credits are available upon request to participants who attend all three hours of the training.
Questions: Contact the New York State Education Department, Office of Student Support Services, at SafetyPlans@nysed.gov.
This training was developed using funds from a Grants to States for School Emergency Management (GSEM) grant funded by the U.S Department of Education. However, the training contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the U.S. Department of Education.