Hospital Safety

Read: Reflex Protect Offers Non-Lethal Self Defense Spray for Healthcare Workers

Reflex Protect Offers Non-Lethal Self Defense Spray for Healthcare Workers

Presidia Gel was created in response to a request from hospital personnel for a fast-acting, non-contaminating self-defense spray.

Read: Man Punches, Throws Object at Utah Valley Hospital Security Employee

Man Punches, Throws Object at Utah Valley Hospital Security Employee

The suspect allegedly threw a large monitor at the security employee before punching him and another employee.

Read: 1 Dead, 4 Injured in Buffalo Allina Health Clinic Shooting

1 Dead, 4 Injured in Buffalo Allina Health Clinic Shooting

According to a neighbor, a sign outside the suspect’s home said “Allina Crooks” and had a statement about a specific doctor.

Read: Protest Demanding Patient Release Triggers Lockdown at Legacy Salmon Creek

Protest Demanding Patient Release Triggers Lockdown at Legacy Salmon Creek

The protesters, some of whom were armed, claimed the patient was being held against her will because she refused to submit a COVID-19 test.

Read: Top 10 Stories from January 2021: Presidential Election and COVID Vaccine Mandates

Top 10 Stories from January 2021: Presidential Election and COVID Vaccine Mandates

Between the coronavirus vaccine rollout and the inauguration of a new president, January was a busy month for many, including campus safety professionals.

Read: Zebra Technologies Debuts Enterprise Mobile Computer Series

Zebra Technologies Debuts Enterprise Mobile Computer Series

The EC5x can be used in healthcare to optimize a wide variety of tasks, including patient transport, staff collaboration and housekeeping.

Read: Ga. Medical Center Suspended from Vaccine Program for Immunizing School Staff

Ga. Medical Center Suspended from Vaccine Program for Immunizing School Staff

The Medical Center of Elberton was vaccinating school employees who did not qualify under Phase 1A+ of the state’s vaccine rollout plan.

Read: The Complexities of Securing COVID-19 Vaccines in Hospitals

The Complexities of Securing COVID-19 Vaccines in Hospitals

Collaboration, video surveillance and access control have proved essential for healthcare facilities to be able to safely store and administer the coronavirus vaccine.

Read: Doctors, Patients Locked Out of Heights Hospital After Tenant Fails to Pay Rent

Doctors, Patients Locked Out of Heights Hospital After Tenant Fails to Pay Rent

One physician treated patients for wound care in the parking lot but was unable to get any other equipment from inside to treat others.

Read: COVID-19 Vaccine Security Mix-Up Prompts Alerts at Wisconsin Hospitals

COVID-19 Vaccine Security Mix-Up Prompts Alerts at Wisconsin Hospitals

Froedtert Hospital staff called authorities when three National Guard members arrived unannounced and said they were there to pick up the vaccine.

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