Regulations

Read: Navigating the Labyrinth of Healthcare Security Regulations and Best Practices

Navigating the Labyrinth of Healthcare Security Regulations and Best Practices

Here’s how hospital public safety and security practitioners can translate and merge seemingly incompatible requirements into a manageable system of assessment and program validation.

Read: Schools Beware: Some See FERPA Update as Inevitable

Schools Beware: Some See FERPA Update as Inevitable

The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act is overdue for provisions to account for computer technology.

Read: OCR Reminds Schools, Universities They Must Hire Title IX Coordinators

OCR Reminds Schools, Universities They Must Hire Title IX Coordinators

Dept. of Ed releases new ‘Dear Colleague’ letter and guidance that emphasizes K-12 and higher ed’s Title IX responsibilities.

Read: Businesses Associated With Hospitals Could Face HIPAA Audits

Businesses Associated With Hospitals Could Face HIPAA Audits

HIPAA regulations have been broadened to cover associates of healthcare companies, a move that impacts many businesses.

Read: Bipartisan Group of Senators Announces Hearing on Simplifying College Regulations

Bipartisan Group of Senators Announces Hearing on Simplifying College Regulations

One portion of the hearing could cover the Clery Act’s crime definitions, timely warning requirements and definition of noncampus property.

Public Safety Departments Need More Resources, Support to Comply With Clery & SaVE

Campus administrators must also make security an institutional priority and responsibility.

Protecting Students with Disabilities – A History

Here’s how protections for students with disabilities have evolved, as well as a brief description of the laws that have been enacted since 1973.

Read: Be Careful When Buying Classroom Barricade Devices

Be Careful When Buying Classroom Barricade Devices

Expert says many of these products are not code compliant and could nullify the warrantees of locks and door hardware.

Dept. of Ed Releases Finalized Rules for College Compliance with the Violence Against Women Act

The Clery Act now requires colleges and universities to compile statistics on dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.

NRC Proposes $3,500 Fine Against U. of Mich.

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