Tag: Workplace Violence
A TAL Global poll asks: “If an assailant entered your building or office, which of the following do you believe you would do first?”
A behavioral risk expert discusses how climate change is impacting human behavior, creating an increased risk of workplace violence.
Facility managers should conduct an annual review of their sites with their team incorporating an active assailant focus.
The August 2023 issue explores the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) in building operations, cyber attacks, workplace violence, extreme weather, and more.
Real-time location systems can humanize the experience in healthcare facilities and senior living communities.
MIT's Dr. Steven B. Goldman discusses his Continuity Insights Management Conference topic — I Inherited A Business Resiliency Program! Now What?
A security expert discusses some of the most important security concerns for facility executives in 2022.
With workplace violence incidents in healthcare on the rise, a new GHX survey reveals that 88% of Americans believe hospitals and medical facilities should feel as safe as airports.
Workplace safety in America isn't all about Covid-19: A new study finds workers still worry about emergencies like cyberattacks, severe weather, significant outages, and workplace violence.
Workplace safety can be a serious challenge and business expense for any organization but AI video analytics can help bridge the gap between incident and response by quickly identifying and addressing hazards before they become problems.
As companies begin to return to the office, new study reveals security and IT leaders agree physical threats will increase exponentially.
Four in 10 managers believe workplace violence is getting worse, and workers are anxious about their safety and security, according to a new HSB survey.
In the state, the authorization to seek a restraining order to remove firearms from possession of an individual who is deemed a threat is now expanded to employers, coworkers, and teachers.
A new National Safety Council report identifies the most relevant workplace hazards and maps more than 100 technologies to mitigate the risks.
The legislation protects healthcare workers by requiring employers to implement comprehensive, worker-driven workplace violence prevention plans.
What should you be doing to prepare prior to an active shooter incident? What actions should your team take during an incident? View this free video webinar and find out.
What should you be doing to prepare prior to an active shooter incident? What actions should your team take during an incident? Join us for this free webinar and find out.
The August 2019 issue looks at workplace violence, security trends, and fire safety.Plus HVAC controls, roofing maintenance, energy storage, and more.
Here are seven best practices to reduce your organization’s workplace violence risk and be better prepared if incidents do occur.
In the wake of mass shootings in El Paso, Dayton, and Gilroy, the behavioral health-based report recommends a community wide response to violence.