Here’s how covered entities may disclose protected health information about an individual who’s infected with or exposed to COVID-19 to law enforcement, paramedics, other first responders, and public health authorities.
Here’s what works and what doesn’t across five broad campus public safety operational categories: personnel, plans and procedures, facilities, equipment and communications.
For the first time since the K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center began collecting data, schools have canceled classes or closed due to cybersecurity attacks.
OJP’s programs support a wide array of activities and services, including programs designed to tighten school security and improve the reporting of threats.
These 18 tips will ensure you get the most out of your investment in metal detection technology.
Schools, churches and even groups of friends are taking to Zoom, Webex, Microsoft Teams, BlueJeans and other videoconferencing apps to catch up on lost instruction time, hear the latest sermon or just hang out with family and friends.
As Alyssa’s Law inches closer to becoming legislation in Florida, do you know what key features to look for in a mobile panic alarm system?
District and school administrators, police and fire departments, transportation directors and safety and emergency managers throughout the state are all encouraged to attend this spring’s Annual Illinois School Safety Conference.
Organizations that leverage mass notifications can take advantage of a number of benefits that will help keep students and staff informed about ongoing COVID-19 developments, expectations and when campus operations will return to normal.
Most patients with COVID-19 present with typical respiratory symptoms and signs. However, early experience with the outbreak in Wuhan, China revealed that many patients experienced digestive symptoms as their chief complaint.