Electronic standalone locks get high marks on healthcare and educational campuses, providing a level of security traditionally found in hardwired or networked solutions but without the associated costs.
Hospitals often employ off-duty law enforcement officers as supplemental security, but many may be doing so at their own risk. Any person employed by a health-care facility must learn about CMS’ Conditions of Participation (C.o.P.s), as well as the proper application of patient restraints and use of restrictive interventions.
This discussion will help participants analyze, understand, and assess their own program effectiveness.
This session will focus on improving college campus threat assessments, response and cyber safety in the post–COVID world.