Hospital Security

$27.9 M in Assistance Helps Mend Hospital, Communities Damaged By March Tornadoes

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USC Launches Emergency Notification System

Serial Rapist May Be Targeting Women at Kansas State

Seattle Safety Officers Protest Hospital Violence

USFA Releases School Fires Report

Read: Exploring Your Access Control Options

Exploring Your Access Control Options

In the real world, most campus access control installations are subject to some form of limitation – whether it is budget, time, logistics, personnel or politics. But if resources were no object, or at least less of a barrier, what would you install?

Read: Why You Should Care About NIMS and NFPA Standards

Why You Should Care About NIMS and NFPA Standards

Campus officials should have a clear understanding of NIMS, NFPA 1600 and NFPA 1561, as well as incorporate these codes into their emergency management programs. This first part of our three-part series discusses how both public and private sector institutions that do this can reduce their exposure to litigation in the aftermath of an incident and be better able to respond to the event itself.

Read: Responding to Abusive Patient Behavior (Part III of III): Reducing the Risks of Restraints

Responding to Abusive Patient Behavior (Part III of III): Reducing the Risks of Restraints

Although physical intervention is considered by most in healthcare security to be the method of last resort, sometimes hospital employees are left with no alternative but to use this approach on someone who becomes a danger to themselves or others. This last part of our series on managing abusive individuals discusses how hospital personnel can appropriately use restraints.

University of Hawaii Seeks $1.5M to Beef Up Security

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