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What We're Talking About This Week - December 13th

Mary Kate McGrath
December 13, 2019

In The News 

Health systems must tackle workplace, patient safety in tandem, according to the Institute for Healthcare Improvement....

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Connecticut the Latest State to Mandate Emergency Communication Plans for Hard of Hearing Students

Tara Gibson
December 12, 2019

In August, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont signed Public Act No. 19-184 into law. The “Act Concerning the Provision of Special...

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6 Ways to Build a Positive K-12 School Environment

Tara Gibson
December 12, 2019

Positivity can come from many things; an inspirational quote, a warm hug, or an inviting environment. K-12 school principals and...

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What Lessons can be Learned from the California Power Shutoffs and the Impact on the Special Needs Communities

Tara Gibson
December 11, 2019

Throughout October and November, Californians experienced a series of power shutoffs due to utility companies cutting supplies in...

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Breaking Down Hospital Emergency Codes

Mary Kate McGrath
December 10, 2019

Many patients and physicians have been in a hospital during an emergency, and whether aware of it or not, have heard an emergency...

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The Difference Between A Corporate Travel App And A Traveling Employee App

Mary Kate McGrath
December 10, 2019

In the technology-age, business managers are likely to have employees who spend time traveling for work-related reasons. There are...

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Can Tech Skills Boot Camps Benefit Campus Safety?

Mary Kate McGrath
December 09, 2019

The technology industry will continue to grow as researchers explain evidence points to an increasing demand for tech-related goods or...

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What We're Talking About This Week - December 6th

Mary Kate McGrath
December 06, 2019

In The News 

First aid for employees can be complicated, as OSHA distinctions can create liabilities for employers. In Indiana, the...

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If Your School is Hit by Ransomware, How Can You Communicate?

Andrea Lebron
December 05, 2019

It is being reported that an increasing number of schools and school districts are being hit by ransomware attacks - crippling...

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Teacher Shortages and What That Means for School Safety

Tara Gibson
December 05, 2019

Great schools need great teachers, and the need for great teachers will never go away. It’s a universal fact, as teachers essentially...

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What Does Emergency Response Look Like in Rural Areas of the Country?

Tara Gibson
December 04, 2019

Emergencies occur across the country on a daily basis, but when a severe or prolonged disaster strikes, the demands on local emergency...

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Nursing Home Statistics You Should Know

Andrea Lebron
December 03, 2019

News reports relating to nursing homes most often concern adverse events that result in the avoidable deaths of residents. These can...

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