Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


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Hospital Security

Read: Mayo Clinic Employee Stabs Co-Worker in Hospital Cafeteria

Mayo Clinic Employee Stabs Co-Worker in Hospital Cafeteria

A food service employee stabbed a co-worker four times in the hospital’s employee cafeteria. The victim is expected to survive.

Read: Axis Invites Students Into Their World of Security Technology

Axis Invites Students Into Their World of Security Technology

The first “Secure the Future” event hosted by Axis Communications brought students and security technology together.

Read: Thousands of U.S. Kindergarteners Unvaccinated, Most Without Waivers

Thousands of U.S. Kindergarteners Unvaccinated, Most Without Waivers

While some unvaccinated students provide waivers, the majority show up to school with no reason for lacking their vaccinations.

Read: Top Priorities for Hospital/Healthcare Physical Security Executives in 2019

Top Priorities for Hospital/Healthcare Physical Security Executives in 2019

Addressing security challenges facing hospitals and healthcare organizations. What’s working and what’s not.

Read: When Disaster Strikes: Creating A Hospital Emergency Plan

When Disaster Strikes: Creating A Hospital Emergency Plan

Here are some general steps to consider when creating a hospital emergency plan that goes beyond natural disasters and utility failures.

Read: Survey: Hospital Violent Crime Rate Up, Property Crime Rate Down in 2018

Survey: Hospital Violent Crime Rate Up, Property Crime Rate Down in 2018

The latest IAHSS stats highlight both positive and negative trends in hospital crime and include data on ransomware attacks for the first time.

Read: Planning for Volunteers and Donations After a Mass Violence Incident

Planning for Volunteers and Donations After a Mass Violence Incident

The flood of volunteers and donations that come in immediately after a mass violence tragedy can be overwhelming. Here’s how you can manage them more effectively.

Read: Illinois Hospital Under Investigation for Baby-cutting, Murder Case

Illinois Hospital Under Investigation for Baby-cutting, Murder Case

Advocate Christ Medical Center is under investigation for not immediately reporting a woman who lied about being the mother of a newborn baby.

Read: 3 Workplace Violence Levels and How to Address Them

3 Workplace Violence Levels and How to Address Them

Early signs of workplace violence or workplace bullying can include intimidating behavior, verbal abuse, or changes in typical behavior patterns.

Read: Guidelines for Developing A Healthcare Facility Risk Assessment

Guidelines for Developing A Healthcare Facility Risk Assessment

Building a new healthcare facility? These guidelines will help you identify hazards and reduce risks for patients, staff and visitors.

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