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Read: Combating the Varieties of Violence at Work

Combating the Varieties of Violence at Work

Effective strategies that address on-the-job aggression are rooted in respectful, service-oriented and safe organizational cultures.

Read: LifeBridge Health’s Million Dollar Parking Makeover

LifeBridge Health’s Million Dollar Parking Makeover

Roger Sheets was able to turn his hospital’s $250,000 per year loss in parking revenue into a $700,000 annual profit. This turnaround, along with the right mix of officer training, personnel retention practices and technology are why he has been named this year’s Healthcare Campus Safety Director of the Year.

Read: 11 Ways to Relieve Your Mass Notification Headaches

11 Ways to Relieve Your Mass Notification Headaches

Campus public safety officials often face cost, text message system enrollment and throughput challenges with their emergency alert systems. The following solutions just might provide a cure.

Read: Columbine 10 Years Later: The State of School Safety Today

Columbine 10 Years Later: The State of School Safety Today

CS survey shows that K-12 and university campus security programs have made huge strides since this terrible tragedy. Despite this, matters like bully prevention, technology deployment, staffing levels and funding require greater attention.

Read: A Healthy Dose of Fire Protection for St. Joseph’s Hospital

A Healthy Dose of Fire Protection for St. Joseph’s Hospital

This New York-based health center consolidated its multiple fire detection systems with a single network solution.

Read: Making the Leap to IP Video a Safer Bet

Making the Leap to IP Video a Safer Bet

Recent innovations in IP-based video surveillance systems are making this technology more attractive to hospitals, schools and universities.

Read: What the Writing on the Wall Can Tell You

What the Writing on the Wall Can Tell You

Because gang graffiti isn’t going away anytime soon, understanding and interpreting this phenomenon can help your campus better deal with its implications for your community.

Read: Can Neighborhood Electric Vehicles Help Your Campus Go Green?

Can Neighborhood Electric Vehicles Help Your Campus Go Green?

With environmental benefits, low operating costs and flexibility of use, neighborhood electric vehicles (NEVs) could offer a viable alternative in your fleet. Yet there is much to consider before taking the leap to fully battery-powered vehicles.

Read: Creating an Emergency Plan: 10 Ways to Tame the Beast

Creating an Emergency Plan: 10 Ways to Tame the Beast

For those individuals suddenly given the responsibility for developing a disaster/emergency management and business continuity program, basic plan, or emergency operations plan, the process can be overwhelming. This second part of our three-part series on NFPA and NIMS compliance provides 10 steps campus officials can follow to start creating their programs, while avoiding the fear and frustration that normally accompanies the task.

Read: Exploring Your Access Control Options

Exploring Your Access Control Options

In the real world, most campus access control installations are subject to some form of limitation – whether it is budget, time, logistics, personnel or politics. But if resources were no object, or at least less of a barrier, what would you install?

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