The posted orders at a security officer’s position exist for a reason. Their existence provides rules, responses, and a formalized structure for the officer’s work shift. So why are posted orders so poorly written or not followed? What are the liability concerns if they aren’t followed? How can site security managers craft better orders?
Editor’s note: This article was originally published in our sister publication, Patient Safety Monitor Journal. The International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety Foundation (IAHSS) in August 2017 released a report to address strategies to prevent workplace violence in healthcare. Those familiar with the healthcare industry won’t be surprised by its conclusion: Healthcare facilities need […]
How and how much are two key questions that need to be included when presenting organizations with solutions for security programs.
Certain facilities have an “invitee relationship” with the public, and they actively encourage people to use their hotels, bars, restaurants, movie theaters, or nightclubs. Beyond just the hospitality industries, other public facilities include hospitals and medical clinics, stores and malls, churches, libraries, and parks. Security managers and their officers need to know how to use […]
Armored Things, an emerging leader in operational intelligence solutions, recently named Julie Johnson as Chief Executive Officer. We asked Julie a few questions about how artificial intelligence (AI) is impacting the physical security and facilities management spaces—read on to see what she had to say.