Employee Safety

Read: Workplace Violence Continues to Plague U.S. Hospitals

Workplace Violence Continues to Plague U.S. Hospitals

Here’s some more research on hospital workplace violence, as well as information on three more incidents that happened recently.

Read: Nursing Groups Update Workplace Violence Mitigation Guiding Principles

Nursing Groups Update Workplace Violence Mitigation Guiding Principles

The updated principles incorporate new research and best practices in addressing workplace violence in health care facilities.

Read: Hospital Workplace Violence Up More Than 14% in New Jersey

Hospital Workplace Violence Up More Than 14% in New Jersey

The rate of physical attacks on New Jersey healthcare workers increased 11% over the past three years, while verbal abuse rose by 25%.

Read: Schools Had Most Shootings in 2 Decades, According to New Federal Report

Schools Had Most Shootings in 2 Decades, According to New Federal Report

Despite the rise in shootings, nonfatal criminal victimizations dropped from 51 to 11 per 1,000 students, ages 12-18 over the past ten years.

Read: Free Federal Resources to Strengthen Campus Physical Security and Prevent School Violence

Free Federal Resources to Strengthen Campus Physical Security and Prevent School Violence

Here are some actionable and tailorable school safety resources, tools, and programs from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.

Read: 2 Nurses, Doctor Stabbed Inside Los Angeles Hospital

2 Nurses, Doctor Stabbed Inside Los Angeles Hospital

Three Encino Hospital Medical Center clinicians were stabbed by a patient asking for medical treatment for anxiety.

Read: Choose Your Mobile Duress Devices Wisely

Choose Your Mobile Duress Devices Wisely

When selecting a mobile duress system, be sure it’s supervised, on a dedicated network, and designed for life safety so it will work when you need it.

Read: How a Hospital Public Safety Director Saved His Employee’s Life

How a Hospital Public Safety Director Saved His Employee’s Life

Following up with an employee at home who had COVID enabled Kyle Houraney to identify that the man’s life was in danger.

Read: Study Finds Schools Need Help Managing Air Quality, Disease Control

Study Finds Schools Need Help Managing Air Quality, Disease Control

A new air quality report highlights an urgent need to better support schools with infection control strategies.

Read: The Role of Climate and Culture in School Safety

The Role of Climate and Culture in School Safety

Campus climate and culture are foundational in the creation and maintenance of a safer and more secure school for both students and staff.

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