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Read: Solving Your Emergency Department’s Security Challenges

Solving Your Emergency Department’s Security Challenges

Following healthcare security industry guidelines, providing training and developing threat assessment teams are just some of the ways you can protect your hospitals ED.

Read: When Should Your Campus Adopt Wireless Access Control?

When Should Your Campus Adopt Wireless Access Control?

Depending on the application, a wireless access control system can allow a campus to achieve wired solution functionality at a lower cost.

Read: New Hospital Construction: Why Single Source Technology Plays a Crucial Role

New Hospital Construction: Why Single Source Technology Plays a Crucial Role

Is your healthcare facility considering new construction? Here are some reasons why a single source technology integrator might be the right choice for you.

Read: More than 100 Pennsylvania Schools Have Lead in Their Drinking Water

More than 100 Pennsylvania Schools Have Lead in Their Drinking Water

The highest level of lead found in school drinking water in the state was 3,750 parts per billion.

Read: Alabama District Improves Security at 17 Campuses

Alabama District Improves Security at 17 Campuses

The upgrades include access control, security cameras, lighting, gates and fences, as well as solutions to reduce energy and operational costs.

Read: Why Campuses Should Care About Open Standards for Security Retrofit Projects

Why Campuses Should Care About Open Standards for Security Retrofit Projects

Open standards for interoperability allow hospitals, schools and universities to add newer security components from multiple vendors as needed in the future.

Read: Helpful Hints on Access Control and Lockdown from Campus Security Pros

Helpful Hints on Access Control and Lockdown from Campus Security Pros

Learn from these campus security practitioners on the various approaches they’ve used to implement their access control and lockdown systems.

Read: Update on FIU Pedestrian Bridge Collapse

Update on FIU Pedestrian Bridge Collapse

The FIU pedestrian bridge, which was under construction when it collapsed, was being built as a means for students to cross over a busy six-lane roadway.

Read: Got New Construction? Don’t Forget About Safety and Security

Got New Construction? Don’t Forget About Safety and Security

Campus Safety Conference presenters Randy Atlas and Jim Grayson explain why CPTED must be in new construction and renovation projects.

Owner of N.Y. Security Firm Stole from Employees, Evaded Taxes

Toyin Sobanke falsified invoices, payroll certificates and daily sign out logs to steal money.

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