Training

WSSCA Annual Conference Overview:

This conference will provide a platform for information exchange on school safety and security; promote best practices we have identified in the State of Wisconsin; while featuring presentations from specialist and experts in those areas that further our cause. We also present the latest services and products available to assist in our individual and collective efforts to make Wisconsin schools safer for students and staff.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

47th Annual Conference and Expo 2015
February 2nd and 3rd, 2015

47th Annual Conference Agenda and Registration

 47th Annual Conference Session Handouts (2015) Please feel free to download handouts to your mobile device, or print them and bring them to the conference. Note: For the agenda session listed below. The presentation handouts maybe provided at session time. Updated 2-19-15

 DPI Update Department of Public Instruction: Steve Fernan

 The Holistic Approach to School Security:  Paul Timm

The Active Shooter/Assailant Incidents: Captain Phil Horter


Safety:

  Track 1.1 SDWA:  Steve Elmore, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources  

  Track 1.2 Indoor Environmental Quality: Pat Finnemore

  Track 1.3 Integrated Pest Management: Gary Rosploch

  Track 1.4 AHERA Lead/Radon: Jim Jozwiakowski

  Track 1.5 The Show Must Go On: Brenda Lee Johnston

   Track 1.6 Table Top Exercise Chemical Spill: Tom Wholleber and Melissa Waller

Security:

  Track 2.1 Critical Incident Planning: Captain Phil Horter

  Track 2.2 Security: Paul Timm

  Track 2.3 Vulnerability Assessments: Mike Hinske

  Track 2.4 School Threats: Doug Reynolds Updated 2-15

  Track 2.5 Ten Steps to A Safer School: Peter Pochowski

 

2015 Sponsor/Vendor List

 

 

 Click Here for Upcoming WSSCA Sponsored Alice Training

46th Annual Conference Session Handouts (2014) Find them on Members Only Conference Page

 Session 1-FEMA 2013 Guide for Developing High-Quality School Emergency Operations Plans: Peter Pochowski, Executive Director, WSSCA

                       FEMA Guide for Developing High-Quality School Emergency Operations Plans