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Hospital Security

Hospital Security News

Read: How Brigham and Women’s Hospital Transitioned to In-House Security

How Brigham and Women’s Hospital Transitioned to In-House Security

Brigham and Women’s Hospital changed over from contract to in-house security officers to improve the quality and control of its security department.

Research

Read: CORRECTION: The 2018 Campus Safety Salary and Benefits Survey

CORRECTION: The 2018 Campus Safety Salary and Benefits Survey

The results of a survey of more than 700 campus protection professionals reveals the median salaries for a wide range of K-12, university and healthcare public safety, security and emergency management personnel.

Resources

Read: Campus Safety Magazine September 2018 Issue

Campus Safety Magazine September 2018 Issue

This issue features: So,Concealed Carry is Coming to Your Campus. Now What? Although allowing concealed carry at a school or university is fraught with perils, if your organization has chosen or been forced to allow guns on campus, the following practices will reduce this policy’s potential pitfalls. From Good to Great: How a Boston Hospital […]

All Hospital Security Content

Read: Jury Awards $10M Over Security Incidents at Chicago Hospital

Jury Awards $10M Over Security Incidents at Chicago Hospital

A jury has determined that a Chicago hospital should pay more than $10 million to a female doctor and six nurses who filed a joint lawsuit for two separate incidents.

Read: Shots Fired at Los Angeles Hospital, Suspect Arrested

Shots Fired at Los Angeles Hospital, Suspect Arrested

Kaiser Permanente staff and patients evacuated or sheltered in place after a disgruntled male in the mental health unit fired six or seven rounds.

Read: Will Your Generator Hold Up During an Emergency?

Will Your Generator Hold Up During an Emergency?

Backup power is critical to the continued operation of campuses during an emergency. Testing and proper location will ensure your generators will work when you need them.

Read: Vector Security has Expanded to the Healthcare Market

Vector Security has Expanded to the Healthcare Market

Vector Security will expand its services to the healthcare market, initially targeting urgent care facilities, retail clinics, dialysis centers and labs.

Read: Why You Should Use Fusion Centers to Improve Campus Safety

Why You Should Use Fusion Centers to Improve Campus Safety

Collaborating with local Fusion Centers can be an invaluable way for schools and hospitals to bolster their security operations.

Read: UCI Student Accused of Impersonating Doctor, Gaining Access to a Children’s Hospital

UCI Student Accused of Impersonating Doctor, Gaining Access to a Children’s Hospital

The former student allegedly was allowed access to restricted areas of UCI’s medical facilities eight times.

Read: The Importance of Stop The Bleed Training

The Importance of Stop The Bleed Training

Campus Safety Conference East gave attendees a chance to receive hands on training on stopping life-threatening bleeding.

Read: UNM Settled Former Resident’s Sexual Assault Lawsuit for $800,000

UNM Settled Former Resident’s Sexual Assault Lawsuit for $800,000

After the former resident and UNM reached an agreement regarding her alleged sexual assault last year, the head of anesthesiology said the department had to “reallocate” bonuses to pay for the settlement.

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