IAHSS Conference Is Only a Month Away!

MYRTLE BEACH , S.C.—The International Association for Healthcare Security & Safety’s (IAHSS) 45th Annual General Membership Meeting and Seminar Program will take place in Myrtle Beach May 5-8.

Starting with an outstanding educational program and expanding into networking opportunities, this event will also feature exhibitor partners displaying the latest in hospital security technology and services. The speaker and topics featured in the conference will include:

  • Felix Nater – Creating a Center of Influence in Combating Workplace Violence
  • Susan McGlaughlin – Global Harmonized System (GHS)
  • Jack Poole – Mass Notification Systems and Application for Risk Reduction
  • Brandon Kehl – Security Offsite: Responsibilities & Approaches for Home Health, Hospice, & Clinic Workers
  • Greg Conlan – Two Killed in Hospital Shooting! A Model for Threat Awareness and Management in Healthcare
  • Andrew Corsaro and Steve Carlson – Drug Diversion: A Collaborative Process-driven Approach to Managing Diversion
  • Cynthia Hetherington – OSINT Online: Are You Aware of the New Mediums for Investigations?
  • Steve Summerville – Use of Force and Patient Restraint
    Robert Fitzgerald – An Amazing Journey through Cybercrime
  • Evacuation Panel – Best Practices

Additionally, the annual golf tournament for the benefit of the Foundation will be held on Saturday, May 4.

The event will be held at the Hilton Myrtle Beach hotel, and a rate of $149 per night plus taxes and parking has been arranged. Either call 1-800-876-0010 and tell them you are attendees of the 2013 Annual General Meeting and use the following SRP code: IAH or use this online link: Hilton Reservations.

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