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Emergency Preparedness at International Schools - A Round Table Discussion about Threats Beyond COVID

    

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Kevin Lloyd
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COVID-19 has been a heavy focus on International School Management for the past 18 months and now that students in most schools around the world have returned to campus, it is important that schools plan for the safety and security of their communities for a variety of threats and emergencies that they may face. International schools promise to provide and maintain a safe, orderly and healthy environment; yet, each school faces unique threats and hazards and, based on their location, can expect different levels of outside emergency response services that may not be as robust or as effective as in some other countries. 

This roundtable discussion will focus on the main threats, beyond COVID-19, that International SchoolsAdobeStock_140621516.thumb.jpeg.7f4b49d082bc3b6ba090fd0966bfe4c0.jpeg are concerned with today.  In addition, we will address the key stages necessary for preparedness at International Schools which include:

  1. Prevention and Mitigation
  2. Preparedness
  3. Response
  4. Recovery 
  5. Communication 

The responsibility for preparedness along with the training of stakeholders is the responsibility of school leaders.  

This session will be hosted by Mike Johnson, Managing Director of Clearpath EPM and facilitated by Kevin Lloyd, CCO of Together School

Please register here This session will be limited to 8 schools to facilitate an effective discussion.

Mike Johnson, Managing Director of Clearpath EPM 

1968096061_MikeJohnson.jpeg.cc831632a36aa7dbc21c1649d90d5a06.jpegMike is the Managing Director of Clearpath Alerts LLC (dba Clearpath EPM), a Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based company (https://clearpathepm.com/) that provides safety, security, and emergency preparedness technology, consulting and training solutions to institutions, corporations and event organizers and planners.  He retired from the U.S. Government in 2010 after a lengthy diplomatic security and law enforcement career.  Mike is a lead trainer and facilitator for several non-profit education organizations and has provided safety, security and campus resiliency training to hundreds of school leaders around the world.  He is a Certified Protection Professional as awarded by ASIS International.  Mike serves on the Board of Directors of Winterfest Inc., is the Chair of the Advisory Board for the Center for Mass Violence Response Studies, serves on the Advisory Board of the National Association of School and Campus Police Chiefs and on the Board of Trustees for the Center for Spiritual Living, Fort Lauderdale. Mike is the main trainer for Clearpath EPM’s Prepare My School on-line training courses.

 

 

Kevin Lloyd, CCO of Together School  


912309667_KevinLloydProfilenobackground.thumb.png.2bf4e72f555aa2bda8711bd85887a28a.pngKevin has been in the Mobile and Digital industry for 30 years and working with International Schools for the past 6 years. He is a co-founder of Together School, a company focused on improving international school’s safety and security as well as engaging the school’s community. Together School brings systems, processes and people at a school all together in one App providing relevant and critical information to the right person at the right time.

Prior to working with International Schools, Kevin has had a career in Enterprise Communications with Nokia, Ericsson, Sony Ericsson and Siemens Enterprise Communications. Kevin was responsible for the development of the Nokia 9000il Communicator, one of the world's first smartphones. 

 

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