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The Window of Life

One of the major ways Joffe Emergency Services supports our school partners throughout the country is by providing CPR and First Aid training and...

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Correctly Caring for Campus Concussions

Perhaps the title of this blog post sacrificed some clarity for the sake of alliteration, so here's what it's about. One of the more common injuries...

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When (and How) To Help In An Emergency

We often talk about safety preparation at Joffe, and for good reason. Preparation allows for people to make confident, correct decisions in a...

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How To Build a Great Emergency Kit

Your school's supply shed is filled with all of the emergency supplies needed to keep campus functioning for up to 72 hours following a disaster or...

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Thinking About Threat Assessment

One of the most important elements to the Joffe approach to school safety is our belief that necessary safety improvements are more likely to stick...

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How To Establish Safe Traffic Procedures At Your School

As the school year picks back up at its typical leisurely pace (a joke!), we’re welcoming smiling faces back to campus, both familiar and brand-new....

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Backwards Planning and School Safety

I stumbled upon a great article recently that got me thinking about school safety. Now, that may have been because I’m always thinking about school...

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Summer Safety Tips: Dangerous Toys

 

Our summer safety series rolls on, this time touching on the bane of many a parent’s foot on a dark night - toys. The organization World Against...

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Summer Safety Tips: How to Keep Your Kids Safe at the Beach and Pools

Our summer safety tips roll on with a (verbal) trip to one of the best ways to beat the heat-the water! We know that the summer is one of the more...

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Summer Safety Tips: On the Road Again

Driving an automobile, like many of the tasks we do daily and unthinkingly while overlooking the complexity, is performed through numerous smaller...

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