Code Blue Corporation returns this September as a sponsor for National Campus Safety Awareness Month (NCSAM).
During NCSAM, Clery Center will partner with colleges, universities and other organizations to provide professional development opportunities that address the background of certain campus safety areas and strategies for talking about those areas with campus community members.
“Code Blue heavily values the safety and security of each and every student on college campuses around the nation,” Code Blue Director of Distribution Katie Petre said.
“We strongly support the mission of Clery Center and are more than happy to help sponsor this awareness initiative.”
NCSAM was unanimously approved by Congress in 2008 to encourage a public conversation on important topics in violence prevention at our nation’s colleges and universities. In 2017, more than 1,300 people from nearly 1,000 organizations participated in NCSAM’s free webinar series, with access to additional tools and resources.
Clery Center is a national non-profit organization focused on promoting college and university campus safety through education, awareness, policy, and prevention initiatives.
“This year’s NCSAM campaign —What’s Your Message?— helps institutions reflect and improve upon the many ways they communicate critical safety messages and provides new strategies for reaching their campus communities,” Clery Center Interim Executive Director Abigail Boyer said.
“NCSAM launches a year-long conversation about how campuses can best support their students and employees and we’re thrilled to again partner with Code Blue to provide training and resources at no cost during the month of September.”
Safety has always been the No. 1 priority for Code Blue Corporation. Located in Holland, Michigan, the industry pioneering manufacturer of emergency communication solutions provides assistance to people by handcrafting products that are reliable and accessible.Source: codeblue.com
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