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Preventing Workplace Violence in Healthcare Settings

Posted 06/08/2018 by Michael Dunning

Hospitals and other healthcare facilities can be scary places to work—if the right precautions and measures aren’t put into place for safety of staff, visitors and patients. Violence against healthcare workers tops the list. Read more >
 


Practicing Smart Safety Tips Can Save Lives in High-Rise Building Emergencies

Posted 05/11/2018 by Kimber Westmore

People who live or work in high-rise residential or commercial buildings face very specific disaster-preparedness challenges. Emergencies such as fires, bomb scares, weather-related incidents and earthquakes present special dangers for such buildings as dormitories, apartment homes, condominiums and office complexes. The best defense is a coordinated emergency-response plan that identifies potential risks and outlines the best response.
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Smartphones in Disasters

Posted 04/13/2018 by Kimber Westmore

Incorporating the latest technology into your disaster preparedness plans will help mobilize recovery efforts. The most obvious benefit of mobile devices is in providing the ability to communicate from most locations around the country and around the world. Read more >
 


Allied Universal Safety Resolutions for 2018

Posted 01/05/2018 by Kimber Westmore

If you were like 41 percent of Americans, you made a few New Year’s resolutions. However, according to Statistic Brain, a mere 9.2 percent of people report following through with the resolutions they make.
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Extending Your Options and Quality of Work through Collaboration

Posted 10/27/2017 by Jonathan Kassa

Safety and security on a college or university campus is critical. The right blend of resources can create a dynamic security program that helps campus community members feel safer, deter crime, improve safety awareness and control costs. Read more >
 


Staying Prepared All Year Long

Posted 10/06/2017 by Katy Samaha

The theme for the 2017 National Preparedness Month, observed in September, was “Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You Can.” Though the official observance has passed, it shouldn’t deter businesses from adopting plans to be prepared all year long. Read more >
 


Law Enforcement and Private Security Demonstrate Power of Public-Private Partnerships

Posted 06/09/2017 by Caress Kennedy

Our nation’s police departments are under intense pressure to keep crime rates low despite reduced manpower and budgets. Read more >
 

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