Hospital Safety

Read: How Hospitals Can Prevent the Theft of Supplies and Property

How Hospitals Can Prevent the Theft of Supplies and Property

In this session, attendees will learn about common categories of thefts which routinely occur in a healthcare setting, methods of prevention and investigation

Read: FBI: 2020 Saw Highest Number of Hate Crimes in 12 Years

FBI: 2020 Saw Highest Number of Hate Crimes in 12 Years

From 2019 to 2020, there was a 6% increase in reported hate crimes, totaling 7,759 incidents and 10,861 victims.

Read: Lawsuit: Baby Died Due to Ransomware Attack at Alabama Hospital

Lawsuit: Baby Died Due to Ransomware Attack at Alabama Hospital

The baby’s mother says the hospital didn’t disclose computers were down and her daughter consequently received diminished care.

Read: Top 10 Stories from September: School Shootings, Mandates and Hospital Violence

Top 10 Stories from September: School Shootings, Mandates and Hospital Violence

Here’s a roundup of the 10 most popular Campus Safety stories for the month of September.

Read: Thousands of New York Healthcare Workers Got Vaccinated Prior to Mandate

Thousands of New York Healthcare Workers Got Vaccinated Prior to Mandate

At nursing homes alone, 8,700 employees got inoculated before the vaccine mandate went into effect Monday.

Read: 5 Hospital Security Incidents Caught on Surveillance

5 Hospital Security Incidents Caught on Surveillance

These violent incidents emphasize the importance of having a robust workplace violence prevention program in place at all hospitals.

Read: Police: Woman Stabbed Morton Hospital Employee Multiple Times

Police: Woman Stabbed Morton Hospital Employee Multiple Times

The woman attacked the employee from beyond, pulling her ponytail and punching and stabbing her several times in the back and neck.

Read: Cincinnati Healthcare Workers Endure Abuse During Pandemic

Cincinnati Healthcare Workers Endure Abuse During Pandemic

A local public health official said Cincinnati hospital employees are facing “physical violence, vile words, and downright cruel behavior.”

Read: Iraqi Hospital Fire Kills at Least 82, Alleged Negligence the Cause

Iraqi Hospital Fire Kills at Least 82, Alleged Negligence the Cause

Poor security procedures and lack of regulations are being blamed for a deadly fire at Ibn al-Khatib Hospital.

Read: Performance-Based Smoke Detection Reduces Cost, Enhances Safety

Performance-Based Smoke Detection Reduces Cost, Enhances Safety

For special architectural features such as atria and large open spaces, advanced smoke detection technology detects smoke at the earliest possible stage.

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