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Violence Against Hospital Security Officers Highlights Need for Retention Strategy Revisions

March 1st, 2024 by Guest Communications

Written by: Amy Rock, Executive Editor of Campus Safety Several hospital security officers sustained injuries in recent weeks after being attacked by both patients and non-patients, reiterating the need for hospitals to frequently revamp their recruitment and retention practices as read more

Police Try to Replicate a Mass Shooting in Training

February 28th, 2024 by Guest Communications

Written by: Emergency Management News Staff   It’s difficult for police to train for an active shooter event because it’s so hard to replicate and there isn’t enough time during the year to do enough of it. That said, the read more

Student Who Learned CPR at School Saves Child Who Fell Into Pool

February 28th, 2024 by Guest Communications

Written by: Robin Hattersley Los Angeles, California – A teenager is being hailed as a hero for saving the life of her 3-year-old family member by performing CPR on the toddler after she fell into a pool. As the Atkinson read more

Next Level Crisis Planning for Students with Disabilities

February 28th, 2024 by Guest Communications

Written by: Tod Schneider This article is part 3 in a series on crisis management for schools serving individuals with Access or Functional Needs (AFN)­­, or other disabilities. To read part 2 on conducting site assessments for students with disabilities, read more

“Safety Everywhere” Is Possible for Healthcare Workers

February 5th, 2024 by Guest Communications

Written by: Darren Chalmers-Stevens Note: 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, Campus Safety. Healthcare organizations have good reasons to want read more

Active Shooter Drill Shows the Difficulties of Response

February 5th, 2024 by Guest Communications

Written by: Jim McKay The Conneaut, Ohio, Police Department and local partners planned for months for the big active shooter drill that was to take place at Conneaut High School. They wanted to focus on process, specifically unified command and read more

U.S. Department of Education Issues New Resource for School Administrators on Importance of Safe Firearm Storage

February 5th, 2024 by Guest Communications

Press Release – Campus Safety Staff Safe storage of firearms is an important prevention tool that can be used to help keep schools, homes, and communities safe from gun violence. To build further awareness of this important strategy, today the read more

Yakima Deputy Superintendent Shares Lessons Learned After Fatal School Parking Lot Shooting

February 5th, 2024 by Guest Communications

By: Amy Rock, Campus Safety News Executive Editor On March 15, 2022, 16-year-old Shawn Dwight Tolbert was fatally shot following an altercation between two groups of teens in the parking lot at Eisenhower High School in Yakima, Washington. As with read more

14 Ways Cyberattacks Impact Hospitals and 13 Ways to Prevent and Remedy

January 9th, 2024 by Guest Communications

Written by: Amy Rock, CS Executive Editor, October 4, 2023 While cyberattacks are a significant concern for nearly all industries, the industry that arguably has the most to lose is healthcare. In 2022, 44 million individuals were impacted by medical read more

What Changed at New York Hospitals After Blizzard?

January 9th, 2024 by Guest Communications

Written by: Jon Harris, The Buffalo News, N.Y., December 22, 2023 (TNS) – The ferocity and duration of last year’s historic blizzard presented monumental challenges to Western New York’s hospitals. Many hospital staff members were stuck at work for days read more

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