Campus Security: Lessons Learned From a Security Analysis at Antioch University of New England

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Title

Campus Security: Lessons Learned From a Security Analysis at Antioch University of New England

Description

L. P. Young Student Center, West Dining and Flag Room
The safety of faculty and students in educational facilities has been in the national spotlight after numerous active shooter events have occurred. The goal of this project is to assist the administration of the Antioch University of New England (AUNE) campus with identifying these potential safety and security concerns, and develop recommendations for ensuring the safety of the campus community. Using the ANSI Z.10 standard, which is a continuous improvement safety management voluntary program, to complete this project a hazard assessment will be conducted throughout the campus that reviews the standard operating procedures and emergency action plans in a gaps analysis, and a thorough hazard communication and reduction plan will be provided. Recommendations provided will be evaluated for implementation for their campuses across the country. The procedures and controls identified have the potential to set precedence for educational facilities everywhere.
Jaime Ingalls

Contributor

Keene State College

Creator

Mark T. Keller
Sophia Freeman
Austin Kowalchek
Derek Fischer

Date

2016-04-09

Identifier

https://commons.keene.edu/s/KSCArchive/item/21076

Language

en

Subject

Safety and Occupational Health Applied Sciences

Type

Presentation

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http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/

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