Participate in The 2017 IAHSS Security Staffing Survey

The confidential survey will be used in a hospital security staff benchmark model.

The International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety announced it is collecting data on hospitals to update its hospital security staffing model.

The 13-question IAHSS survey asks about several potential key indicators that could be used to predict how many security Full-Time Equivalents (FTEs) are at any given facility.

The goal of collecting the data is to update an “evidence-based security staffing benchmark model.”

The model was first created in 2012 by IAHSS Foundation Board member Karim Vellani.

IAHSS is now seeking to update the model based on current conditions.

Jump to the survey here!


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