Custom Quick Reference Information Directories

We hope you find our articles informative and interesting. If you'd like to receive our monthly newsletter with articles like these, please take a minute to sign up.

 

Blog Home » Emergency Preparedness

CMS Warns Hospitals to Prioritize Patient, Employee Security

January 3rd, 2023 by Guest Communications

Written by: Robin Hattersley-Gray The Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is warning hospitals that they must protect their employees and patients from violence that is increasingly happening at healthcare facilities. The memo, read more

Officers Stress Importance of Managing Their Mental Health

January 3rd, 2023 by Guest Communications

Written by: Justin Stawser, The Daily Item, Pa. December 6, 2022 (TNS) – Police chiefs and law enforcement officials from around the Valley stressed the importance of managing mental health for those tasked with enforcing the law. “Mental health for read more

Free Federal Resources to Strengthen Campus Physical Security and Prevent School Violence

January 3rd, 2023 by Guest Communications

Written by: Kaitlin Seale Each day, 56 million primary and secondary school students head to classrooms to learn, engage with peers, and develop lifelong skills as they grow into adults. Keeping these students – and the educators and staff members read more

School Lockdown Thwarts Kidnapping Suspect, Cops Say

January 3rd, 2023 by Guest Communications

December 15, 2022  Jackie Martin, The News Herald, Southgate, Mich (TNS) -When school safety procedures fail in a time of crisis, the news spreads far, wide, and fast. When a potential danger is averted, the message isn’t always delivered with read more

Sandy Hook Changed Conversation Around Gun Violence

January 3rd, 2023 by Guest Communications

Written by: Taylor Hartz, Hartford Courant – December 14, 2022 (TNS) – On Dec. 14, 2012, 26 families huddled inside a firehouse in Newtown, holding onto their last fragments of hope that quickly drained from the cold, crowded space. All read more

Are We Focusing Too Much on the Intruder Threat to School Security?

December 5th, 2022 by Guest Communications

Written by: Robin Hattersley-Gray In September, the Texas School Safety Center began conducting intruder safety audits of K-12 campuses around the state. Each audit takes an in-depth look at school safety, with inspectors checking exterior entry points. They also review read more

Campus Security Threat Management and Violent Incident Preparedness: Does Your Strategy Reflect Today’s Realities?

December 5th, 2022 by Guest Communications

Written by: Daniel Linskey, Jeff Kernohan, John Friedlander, Chris Palmadesso and Harrison Levy The views expressed by guest bloggers and contributors are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of, and should not be attributed to, read more

The Public Doesn’t Understand Hurricane ‘Cone of Uncertainty’

December 5th, 2022 by Guest Communications

Written by: Alex Harris and Michelle Marchante, Miami Herald • November 30, 2022  (TNS) – When there’s a hurricane coming, one iconic image fills TV screens and social media feeds: the cone of uncertainty. But as shown by the confusion and read more

Active-Shooter Hoaxes Cause Massive Georgia Police Response

December 5th, 2022 by Guest Communications

Written by: Theresa Braine, New York Daily News • November 30, 2022  (TNS) – Hoax active-shooter alerts sent some Georgia schools into lockdown on Wednesday, drawing huge emergency responses as frantic parents tried to locate their kids. It started at Savannah read more

CMS Warns Hospitals to Prioritize Patient, Employee Security

December 5th, 2022 by Guest Communications

Written by: Robin Hattersley-Gray The Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is warning hospitals that they must protect their employees and patients from violence that is increasingly happening at healthcare facilities. The memo, read more


Guide to Guest Services
Fully customized vinyl information directories for your patients and their visitors. They are easy to update and easy to use.
Guide to Emergency Preparedness
Fully customized quick reference guides to help keep your staff prepared for emergencies.
Guide to Infection Control
Fully customized quick reference guide to help keep your staff prepared for safe infection prevention and control procedures.
Accessories for your guides
Protect your investment by utilizing one of our various mounting systems.
Other Popular Products
Customized products including 3-Ring Binders, Sports Memory Books, Menus, Hotel Directories, and more…