Stay Up to Date on Important K-12 Issues
Addressing the Safety Issues that Matter
Discover how our programs can help you with the following important school safety topics:
Youth Suicide Prevention
Did you know that for people ages 10-24, suicide is the second leading cause of death? Mental health is often a topic that's overlooked and is sometimes referred to as “the silent epidemic.” Opening up the discussion and providing training to school staff members can not only help spread awareness on this topic, but more importantly, can help save lives.
Created by the United Nations, the GHS (the Globally Harmonized System of the Classification and Labeling of Chemicals) is designed to replace the diverse hazard classification systems around the world with one universal standard, which would improve knowledge of the dangers associated with hazardous chemicals.
No school district is immune to bullying and threats of violence. Bullying prevention has become a major focal point for school districts, staff, and parents over the last few years, and many states have even created laws to help stop bullying. But many school districts are still seeking solutions to help prevent bullying within their district.
It’s vital that schools be well-prepared for all kinds of safety incidents—including the possibility of an active shooter on campus. And administrators, teachers, and parents are seeking information on how to best prevent an active shooter incident from occurring and how to protect students and staff if they are faced with an active shooter on a school campus.