Despite the Implementation of Hospital Security Measures, Policies are Lacking
Interesting article regarding the increase of security systems such as access control systems, including access management, door locks, biometrics, visitor management systems. Despite the implementation of these technologies, hospitals and universities still lack the procedures and staff to support these rapid changes.
Those are just two of the key findings from Campus Safety’s 2014 Access Control Study conducted in September. More than 450 representatives from institutions of higher education, K-12 school districts and hospitals provided valuable input on the technology they have or are considering purchasing; the challenges they have been experiencing with managing ingress; as well as the policies and procedures supporting lockdowns and access control since the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting. Read the complete article: Policies, Staffing and Lack of Buy-in Pose Biggest Problems in Campus Access Security