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Obama Administration Sets Up Flu-Resource Website

WASHINGTON

Texas Enacts State School Reform Law

AUSTIN, Texas

Swine Flu Hits Highest Pandemic Level

U.S. Spends Half a Trillion to Fight Substance Abuse

WASHINGTON

U.S. Reps Green Light School Sustainability Legislation

WASHINGTON D.C.

‘Safe’ Partying Reduces High-Risk Behavior at UC Davis

DAVIS, Calif.

Texas Senate Passes State School Reform Bill

AUSTIN

Loyola University Adopts Talk-A-Phone Mass Notification System

CHICAGO

Read: Standalone Locks Stand Out

Standalone Locks Stand Out

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.

Read: C.o.P.s and Cops: Train Your Off-Duty Law Enforcement Officers or Else

C.o.P.s and Cops: Train Your Off-Duty Law Enforcement Officers or Else

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.

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