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The Benefits of Conducting Tabletop Exercises in Hospitals

August 2nd, 2021 by Guest Communications

  By: Robin Hattersley-Gray Ballad Health has opted for doing tabletop exercises rather than full-scale emergency exercises. Here’s why they did it and the results of this new approach. You can watch or listen to the full podcast interview below. read more

Health Care Workers Cope With Burnout From Pandemic

August 2nd, 2021 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Jason Laughlin, The Philadelphia Inquirer (TNS) – Patients with COVID-19 aren’t filling hospitals anymore. Fears of bringing the virus home and infecting loved ones has largely passed. For Bill Engle, though, a nurse at St. Mary’s Medical read more

Some Nursing Homes Still Not Following COVID-19 Protocols

August 2nd, 2021 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Emilie Munson, San Antonio Express-News   (TNS) – In early December 2020 , every resident of a 120-bed nursing home in Delmar had been potentially exposed to COVID-19. Two staff members who worked with over a dozen read more

District Tracks School Bus Passing Violators with IoT

July 29th, 2021 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Claire Swedberg When students at  Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS), in Maryland, returned to their classrooms this spring after a year of virtual schooling, their transportation was now being managed via an Internet of Things (IoT)-based read more

3 Simple Things School Bus Drivers Can Do to Improve Student Safety

July 29th, 2021 by Guest Communications

Written by: Amy Rock Although it is estimated that 10% of all student bullying occurs on school buses, a survey found 55% of drivers are very minimally included, if at all, in developing bullying policies. The same survey found while read more

Interacting with Autism: A School Resource Officer Approach

July 29th, 2021 by Guest Communications

Numerous incidents of challenging/negative interactions between school resource officers (SROs) or school security personnel and children with special needs have been well publicized. These negative interactions, among other incidents, have fueled proposed legislation to remove law enforcement from schools. In read more

Are Those Air Purifiers Harmful for School Children?

July 6th, 2021 by Guest Communications

  May 05, 2021 • Lauren Weber and Christina Jewett, Kaiser Health News   (TNS) – Last summer, Global Plasma Solutions wanted to test whether the company’s air-purifying devices could kill COVID-19 virus particles but could find only a lab using read more

More Employers Are Considering Vaccine Mandates. Experts Expect the Trend to Accelerate

July 6th, 2021 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Eric Holdeman The article below comes from the Puget Sound Business Journal, the only “paper newspaper” that is a weekly that I subscribe to these days. The article points to the changing winds about requiring or not read more

Social Media Awareness for Staff

July 2nd, 2021 by Guest Communications

  Now more than ever the digital and social media world has flowed into the classroom and school environment. This changing landscape has had positives for learning but has also had a multitude of negative implications on a school’s culture read more

Physical Security: Are We Protecting People or Trapping Them?

July 2nd, 2021 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Joseph Hendry I have been asked repeatedly about physical building security and its relationship to active shooter scenarios and terrorism. In studying and working firsthand with several facilities that have installed perimeter fencing, placed security or ballistic read more

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