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Even though healthcare employees make up 9% of the overall U.S. workforce, they experience nearly as many violent injuries as all other industries combined.
Find out best practices to keep traveling healthcare personnel safe while they’re caring for patients, as well as other important statistics in this infographic.
The latest report about workplace safety and preparedness took a closer look at how employees view their employers’ communication plans and methods when emergencies occur.Find out how safe your peers feel at work, what type of emergencies they’re prepared for, and other important statistics in this infographic.
Millennials rely on their smartphones as a safety net and Rave Guardian makes that safety net stronger.
Colleges and universities are sending mass notifications to students, faculty and other personnel when an emergency occurs, sending real-time updates as the situation evolves. While higher education institutions use these notifications for emergencies, they're missing out on other opportunities to communicate with their campus communities.
Explore statistics from the recent survey on Emergency Preparedness and Security Trends in Healthcare.
Staffing is the single greatest expense the healthcare industry faces, taking up almost 50%-60% of operating costs.
It’s the responsibility of businesses to protect and communicate with their employees during emergencies.
Not Just “Part of the Job”Healthcare makes up just 9 percent of the overall U.S. workforce—but experiences nearly as many violent injuries as all other industries combined. And the rate of violence is rising.
A survey of hundreds of Student Government Association members from colleges and universities across the country demonstrated how college students perceive safety on campus from who they would call in an emergency to the safety measures t
This infographic highlights the importance of indoor location; how obtaining an accurate location for an emergency incident is critical to a fast and effective response.