Severe weather can be a threat to the safety of students, athletes, coaches, faculty staff and campus visitors. Whether it is lightning, heat, cold, or even heavy rain, any of those weather events can result in injury or worse to our students and colleagues. Effectively managing those threats through planning and implementation is an important task that can get complicated. However, we are here to help simplify the process and provide tips to assist you in making your athletic program and campus safer.
Join James Madison University’s Assistant Athletic Director, Ty Phillips, and Earth Networks Program Manager and Meteorologist, Steve Prinzivalli as they go over the 7 key ways to manage severe weather effectively.