Medical Emergency/Active Shooter Training
A special training seminar for faculty was offered multiple times on January 24 and February 1, 2018, in cooperation with the Division of Student Affairs and the OSU Police Department.
The seminar series provided very practical training that would be highly beneficial if an emergency situation presents itself in a classroom setting. Knowing not everyone was able to attend, arrangements were made to tape each topic and the links are being shared to provide viewing at a time that works with your schedule.
Academic Affairs and the leadership of Faculty Council would like to extend our thanks to the Office of Student Affairs for coordinating these important sessions.
Managing Medical & Psychological Emergencies in the Classroom
Emergency medical management training covering diabetes, seizures, allergic reactions, unconsciousness, mental health, minor first aid, calling for help and controlling the situation.
Mr. Chris Barlow, Director, University Health Services
Dr. Trevor Richardson, Director, University Counseling Services
Ms. Pamela Stokes, Associate Director of Clinical Operations, University Health Services
Active Shooter Training
Sgt. Adam Queen, OSU Police Dept.