Mental health, hunger, homelessness, and financial hardship are all threats to student safety, and prudent leaders need to consider them in protecting students, reports Campus Safety.
Alarmingly, one in 30 children in the U.S. experience homelessness, and by age 12, nearly all (83%) have been exposed to at least one serious violent event, the magazine reports. And homeless or not, 67% of [...]
Just two more months, give or take, and you're done with 2018. Pressure's on for meeting pending 2018 goals, making the most of existing resources (and what's left in the budget), defining 2019 plans and budgets.
Safety and compliance.
Productivity and profitability.
Employee & customer engagement.
We're betting whatever is driving you bonkers this quarter hinges[...]
When you issue an emergency alert, you want people to understand and comply with your instructions as quickly as possible — especially when their lives or wellness are at risk, and risks grow every second. The same is true for non-emergency mass notification uses, whether your goal is to improve employee engagement, boost productivity and operational efficiencies, give customers better [...]
Healthcare facilities are struggling to turn profits, say researchers — especially nonprofit hospitals, which are on an “unsustainable path” with expenses outpacing revenue, says a report by Moody’s.
Morgan Stanley, the investment bank and financial services company, has also been looking at hospitals, analyzing data on more than 6,000 facilities: Nearly 10% are at risk for [...]
In a meeting with the Federal Commission on School Safety, Mo Canady, executive director of the National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO), recently unveiled recommended standards for school resource officer programs. (Think armed officers trained specifically for the school environment.)
NASRO defines a school resource officer (SRO) as a "sworn, certified law [...]
“I’ve been bitten, kicked, punched, pushed, pinched, shoved, scratched, and spat upon,” said Lisa Tenney, RN and patient safety coordinator, to The Joint Commission earlier this year. “I have been bullied and called very ugly names. I’ve had my life, the life of my unborn child and other family members threatened, requiring security escort to my car.”
Tenney’s account reflects[...]
For all the confidence millennials display, most are anxious about their physical safety, even opting out of activities for fear of perceived risks, reports ADT in a survey it commissioned in late 2017.
Three out of four surveyed millennials say they’ve avoided experiences due to safety concerns in the past year:
34% have avoided crowded spaces like malls, concerts, or sporting [...]
Organizations looking to incorporate digital signage into their emergency management tactics are often pleased to learn digital signage can also reduce costs and support revenue generation.
The opposite is also true: companies looking to boost sales and marketing outcomes with digital signage are pleased to learn they can use emergency management budgets to fund it, since digital signage [...]
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Looking to build on your college or university campus? Fire and safety codes are changing, as they often do, to keep up with evolving threats. For colleges and universities, that means you’re now required to conduct risk analyses for certain new buildings.
We’re talking about 2018 changes to the International Building and Fire codes, and NFPA 1 and 101 Life[...]