Hospital Violence

Read: 10 Most Read Stories from February 2021: Healthcare Security, Title IX/Clery

10 Most Read Stories from February 2021: Healthcare Security, Title IX/Clery

February’s most popular articles covered topics such as hospital workplace violence, the future of healthcare security, and Title IX/Clery.

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: Joint Commission Proposes New Workplace Violence Prevention Requirements

Joint Commission Proposes New Workplace Violence Prevention Requirements

Comments on the new and updated standards for preventing hospital workplace violence are due by February 16.

Read: Top 10 Campus Safety Healthcare Articles from 2020

Top 10 Campus Safety Healthcare Articles from 2020

Between a global pandemic and increasing hospital violence, 2020 has been a challenging and unpredictable year for the healthcare sector.

Read: ICYMI: 10 Most Popular Campus Safety Stories from September

ICYMI: 10 Most Popular Campus Safety Stories from September

Since many of you have been busy with the start of the new school year, we’re recapping the most-read stories from the month of September.

Read: Fight Breaks Out in Silver Cross Hospital ER Over Infant’s Death

Fight Breaks Out in Silver Cross Hospital ER Over Infant’s Death

The melee was between two different foster families who were both helping raise the 6-month-old baby girl.

Read: Are You Making These 9 Hospital Security Mistakes?

Are You Making These 9 Hospital Security Mistakes?

With many hospitals overwhelmed by the coronavirus pandemic, it is important not to let basic hospital security protocols fall by the wayside.

Read: Patient Arrested for Attack on New Jersey Hospital Security Officer

Patient Arrested for Attack on New Jersey Hospital Security Officer

The suspect attacked the hospital security officer with his fist and a pen-styled knife.

Read: Solving Your Emergency Department’s Security Challenges

Solving Your Emergency Department’s Security Challenges

Following healthcare security industry guidelines, providing training and developing threat assessment teams are just some of the ways you can protect your hospital’s ED.

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