Panic alarms help your healthcare organization move beyond the security of physical assets to the protection of your clinicians, staff and security personnel.
When implemented properly, enterprise mobile duress systems provide an additional layer of safety to staff as well as valuable information to first responders. Here’s how to select an integrator, create a plan for implementation, monitor your system for upgrades and more.
The Nye County (Nev.) School District has installed an audio enhancement, panic alarm and camera system in its classrooms that not only keeps kids safe and secure, but helps them stay engaged in class lessons.
IHSS Foundation study highlights incident frequency and reporting shortcomings. Report calls for Clery-type law to be enacted for hospitals.
Improved range and reliability, along with comparatively low installation costs, are making wireless solutions more than just practical for hospital, school and university security projects.
This discussion will help participants analyze, understand, and assess their own program effectiveness.
This session will focus on improving college campus threat assessments, response and cyber safety in the post–COVID world.