Review all 59 of the Task Force recommendations, view the progress made to complete the recommendations and access available resources.
For Schools: Emergency Operations Plans are due September 1st each year. Please submit your EOP via the secure portal: https://prd.blogs.nh.gov/dos/hsem/?page_id=3910. If you have questions about the plan itself, please contact your school readiness coordinator at: …
The Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, in partnership with the Department of Education, will host a free workshop, Developing a High Quality Emergency Operations Plan (EOP), on October 1, 2019 from 8:00 am …
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The NH School Safety Resource Center is a direct result of the NH Governor’s School Safety Task Force’s recommendation 49 to “establish and maintain a complete and centralized school safety preparedness online resource center to make it easier for schools and interested parties to access relevant information.”
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