Despite being very visible at the front of the line during the last 19 months of the pandemic, security officers now find themselves at the back of the line in terms of priority when it comes to the Covid-19 vaccine.
To help you better understand what’s unfolding in the security world, as we all hunker down inside our homes and #stayhome, we reached out to our industry experts to get an insider’s perspective on the COVID-19 coronavirus situation. Here’s the first in our virtual “Security Q & A in the Time of Pandemic” Series with…
Increasing numbers of NHS staff are leaving because of violence towards them - these challenges requires staff to improvise, adapt and overcome.
Hospitals require specialized security like no other sector of the physical security world. Ken Close is very familiar with this fact and shared his insight on the developments and progress in Healthcare security.
Healthcare security and safety leaves little room for error with security professionals responsible for creating safe working environments while facing unique industry risks.
Protecting vulnerable people and information is quite the task. In hospitals, it’s often the responsibility of healthcare security services.