New Your State School Boards Association

5 kinds of emergency responses

On Board Online • March 16, 2015

Shelter-in-place: Students and staff are required to remain indoors because it is safer inside the building or a room than outside (such as during a tornado or other severe weather).

Hold-in-place: Movement of students and staff is temporarily limited when an internal incident arises, such as a student fight, a medical emergency or a maintenance issue. This is initiated to keep students and staff away from the affected area.

 

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