A two-hour meeting on office and emergency procedures, complete with PowerPoint. I was sitting in the back next to our Director of Health Services, Joy McGaha. We had been told what to do in the case of angry parents, bomb threat, mysterious substances in the mail, and had just gotten to the good part about death or serious injury. According to instructions, the first step was to contact Joy’s office. I meekly raised my hand and asked…
So, let me get this straight. If someone dies, we should shout for Joy?
2 thoughts on “That seems a bit harsh…”
PowerPoint should be treated like fire and tornado alerts, complete with emergency escape procedures. I just sat through our annual Mandatory Yearly Training at the Health Center. The associate Director began by thanking some Office junkie for working so hard on the “animation” for the visuals.
So, for the next FOUR hours we were bombarded with text bouncing in, screens swirling to dramatic stops – you get the idea. Does the Patriot Act cover this kind of attack?
Death by PowerPoint?