Employee Safety

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.

Read: Announcing the Campus Safety 2022 Healthcare Director of the Year Finalists

Announcing the Campus Safety 2022 Healthcare Director of the Year Finalists

Congratulations to this year’s healthcare finalists of our Director of the Year awards program!

Read: Hospital Workplace Violence Incidents Reported in MN, FL, WV and PA

Hospital Workplace Violence Incidents Reported in MN, FL, WV and PA

The workplace violence incidents involve suspects biting and punching security officers and nurses.

Read: Omicron Surge Prompting Some School Districts to Bolster Mask Requirements

Omicron Surge Prompting Some School Districts to Bolster Mask Requirements

Students attending LAUSD campuses must now wear well-fitting, non-cloth masks with nose wires.

Read: Tapping CARES and ARPA Funding to Respond to COVID and Make Campuses More Secure

Tapping CARES and ARPA Funding to Respond to COVID and Make Campuses More Secure

Schools and universities have hundreds of thousands of dollars available to them, and CARES and ARPA funds need not be used until December 2024.

Read: Nearly 1 in 4 U.S. Hospitals Have ‘Critical Staffing Shortages’

Nearly 1 in 4 U.S. Hospitals Have ‘Critical Staffing Shortages’

The shortage is due to the massive surge of COVID-19 Omicron cases as well as patients seeking medical care for other non-COVID-related reasons.

Read: AMA Slams CDC’s New COVID-19 Quarantine Guidance

AMA Slams CDC’s New COVID-19 Quarantine Guidance

AMA President Gerald E. Harmon, M.D. said that a negative COVID-19 test should be required for ending isolation after a person tests positive for the virus.

Read: Judge Stops San Diego USD Student Vaccine Mandate

Judge Stops San Diego USD Student Vaccine Mandate

The judge ruled that SDUSD’s vaccine mandate violates current California law, but the school board has vowed to appeal the decision.

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