THE STANDARD RESPONSE PROTOCOL
The Standard Response Protocol (SRP) provides consistent, clear, shared language and actions among all student, staff and first responders for all hazards. It is action based, and allows organizations, first responders, students, and parents to share a specific vocabulary for quick and coordinated actions. It also acts as a tool for training which develops the muscle memory necessary to respond appropriately in moments of crisis.
The SRP is based on five actions: Hold, Secure, Lockdown, Evacuate, and Shelter.
THE STANDARD REUNIFICATION METHOD
Reunifying students with parents or guardians is a critical component of emergency response, but one that is often overlooked. The Standard Reunification Method (SRM) provides school and district safety teams with proven methods to plan, practice, and achieve a successful reunification amid what can be chaotic and stressful circumstances.
Below, please find 2 fliers with summary information for both the Standard Response Protocol (SRP) and Standard Reunification Method (SRM), courtesy of .
|Standard Response Protocol
|Standard Reunification Method