Calculated Risk: Returning to Campus in The Age of COVID-19

The new white paper from the risk management and prevention experts at LiveSafe, explores how some colleges and universities plan to return, the capabilities and best practices that factored into their risk calculations, and how COVID-19 has impacted the role of university risk managers and public safety officials.

topics Covered

Planning Considerations

Repopulation
Monitoring
Containment
Shutdown

Policy Enforcement

The Role of Law Enforcement
Social Influence Campaigns
Dealing With Demonstrations

Technology Options

New Health Screening Options
Daily Check-In Options
COVID-19 Task Force Collaboration Solutions

Tear Sheet Overview

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Author

Dan Verton

Dan Verton is LiveSafe’s Director of Content & Branding, drawing
upon 25 years of experience as a United States Marine Corps
intelligence officer, terrorism awareness trainer, and an
award-winning journalist and author. Dan has addressed the
United Nations twice on cyberterrorism and has testified before
both the U.S. House and Senate on critical infrastructure
protection. Twitter: @DanielVerton

Featured Experts

Susanne Johnson ARM, ARM-E

Susanne Johnson is the Director of Risk Management at Iowa State University.



Matt Moustakas ARM, CSP, CHMM

Matt Moustakas is the Executive Director of Risk Management at Texas Woman’s University.

Eric Plummer BA, MA, PhD

Eric Plummer is the Associate Vice President for Public Safety and Chief of Police at the University of North Dakota.