Workplace Violence

Read: Combatting Healthcare Workplace Violence with People and Weapons Screening

Combatting Healthcare Workplace Violence with People and Weapons Screening

Here’s how one New Jersey hospital emergency department uses metal detection, an amnesty box, signage and policies to keep patients, staff and visitors safe.

Read: Maximizing Your Security Systems and Integrator Relationships

Maximizing Your Security Systems and Integrator Relationships

Here’s how four high-level school and healthcare security end users determine the types of technologies they use, as well as how they vet the integrators they hire to install everything.

Read: Potential Impacts of Sentinel Event Alert No. 57 On Healthcare Security

Potential Impacts of Sentinel Event Alert No. 57 On Healthcare Security

Healthcare security practitioners should consider the potential impact this alert could have on their healthcare organization’s security programs.

Read: How Much Do You Actually Know About Hospital Security?

How Much Do You Actually Know About Hospital Security?

Put your hospital security knowledge to the test with this quiz that runs the gamut of important healthcare security topics.

Read: Statistics You Should Know: Workplace Violence in Healthcare

Statistics You Should Know: Workplace Violence in Healthcare

Although 75% of all workplace assaults occur in healthcare settings, only 30% of nurses and 26% of physicians have reported workplace violence incidents.

Read: Survey: Hospital Violent Crime Rate Up, Property Crime Rate Down in 2018

Survey: Hospital Violent Crime Rate Up, Property Crime Rate Down in 2018

The latest IAHSS stats highlight both positive and negative trends in hospital crime and include data on ransomware attacks for the first time.

Read: 3 Workplace Violence Levels and How to Address Them

3 Workplace Violence Levels and How to Address Them

Early signs of workplace violence or workplace bullying can include intimidating behavior, verbal abuse, or changes in typical behavior patterns.

Read: Hilo Medical Center Ups Security After 3 Employees Stabbed

Hilo Medical Center Ups Security After 3 Employees Stabbed

A patient was being treated for a drug overdose at the Hawaii hospital when he grabbed a nurse and held a knife to her throat.

Read: Is Active Shooter Training Worth It? Use Common Sense When Training Non-Security Employees

Is Active Shooter Training Worth It? Use Common Sense When Training Non-Security Employees

There are a lot of good campus safety and security training programs available, but which ones are worth your non-security staff members’ time and effort?

Read: Is Your Hospital Prepared for Gang Violence and Injuries?

Is Your Hospital Prepared for Gang Violence and Injuries?

A South Los Angeles hospital VP shares three crucial steps to managing gang member patients admitted for gang-related injuries.

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