PROVIDING COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES
FOR SCHOOL DISTRICTS NATIONWIDE
All over the country, States have adopted laws which mandate that individual schools in districts with over 2,500 students must adopt a comprehensive school safety plan, and must review and update those plans every year.
In California, by July of every year, each school shall report on the status of its school safety plan, including a description of its key elements in the annual school accountability report card prepared pursuant to Sections 33126 and 35256. (EC 32286 b.)
SOME ADDITIONAL SERVICES INCLUDE:
SAFETY / SECURITY &
Safety Vulnerability / Threat Assessments (SVA's) are an in-depth analysis of your school district facilities and infrastructure to determine the value of threat, consequence, and vulnerability. The objective of the SVA's are to create a level of protection that mitigates vulnerabilities to threats like active shooters, natural disasters, and other critical incidents and limit or prevent potential consequences, thereby reducing risk and increasing readiness and save lives.
EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTERS
Our Department of Homeland Security (DHS) trained experts will provide our school district clients the highest caliber of executive training and certification in the development and implementation of an Emergency Operation Center (EOC), and ensure they comply with State and Federal Emergency Management Systems (FEMS), and National Incident Management System (MINS) standards.
SCHOOL EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM
Rockeye Consulting Services provides our clients with precise and detailed training and emergency operations procedures (EOP) which include School Emergency Response Team (SERT) training and certification. We also provide all designated employees an overview of the school district's approach to operations before, during and after an emergency.
AERIAL EMERGENCY & DISASTER
Our team of experts will work with our client district(s) individual school site's administration to develop a detailed, yet easy to understand, aerial (satellite) view map which can be easily used for quick reference and training during any and all emergencies or disasters. That detailed map subsequently becomes an intricate part of the school site emergency plans.