Workplace Violence

Read: Recruiting and Retaining Campus Security Officers During the ‘Great Resignation’

Recruiting and Retaining Campus Security Officers During the ‘Great Resignation’

Appropriate wages and training are just some of the ways hospitals, schools, and universities can attract and keep security officers.

Read: UPDATE: Richneck School Officials Downplayed Several Warnings About 6-Year-Old Who Shot Teacher

UPDATE: Richneck School Officials Downplayed Several Warnings About 6-Year-Old Who Shot Teacher

Previous incidents by the boy allegedly included threats to light a teacher on fire, throwing furniture, and barricading a classroom.

Read: Preventing Workplace Violence: Early Identification and Intervention Go a Long Way

Preventing Workplace Violence: Early Identification and Intervention Go a Long Way

Here are four things that organizations can consider to build or enhance a workplace violence prevention program.

Read: Protecting Lone Workers with mPERS

Protecting Lone Workers with mPERS

Mobile Personal Emergency Response Systems (mPERS) can help protect home health workers, teachers, and other isolated employees.

Read: 2022 Trends That Will Impact Campus Security in 2023 and Beyond

2022 Trends That Will Impact Campus Security in 2023 and Beyond

Here are a few of the troubling trends that will most likely continue to affect education and healthcare security for the foreseeable future, as well as some links that can help you address these challenges.

Read: CMS Warns Hospitals to Prioritize Patient, Employee Security

CMS Warns Hospitals to Prioritize Patient, Employee Security

CMS’ policy on improving hospital patient and worker safety is effective immediately.

Read: How IAHSS’ Incident Data Initiative Will Improve Hospital Security

How IAHSS’ Incident Data Initiative Will Improve Hospital Security

New guidance from the IAHSS will help healthcare security pros make the case for technology, training and other solutions that bolster facility protection.

Read: Workplace Violence Continues to Plague U.S. Hospitals

Workplace Violence Continues to Plague U.S. Hospitals

Here’s some more research on hospital workplace violence, as well as information on three more incidents that happened recently.

Read: Nursing Groups Update Workplace Violence Mitigation Guiding Principles

Nursing Groups Update Workplace Violence Mitigation Guiding Principles

The updated principles incorporate new research and best practices in addressing workplace violence in health care facilities.

Read: How Campuses Can Work with Systems Integrators to Address Their Security Challenges

How Campuses Can Work with Systems Integrators to Address Their Security Challenges

This year’s Director of the Year Award winners deliver keen insights on how to make the most of their relationships with security systems installers and contractors.

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