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Training for gun incidents, from the latest Briefings on Hospital Safety

Hi folks, it’s Scott Wallask logging on today. Given that most hospitals aren’t using metal detectors at the entrance, it’s not a surprise that some visitors enter the facility carrying guns.

In the p. 1 story of our March issue of Briefings on Hospital Safety [more]

Ideas to keep staff competency tests focused under EC.03.01.01

Testing staff knowledge about safety should be purposeful, with the results used to identify education needs of staff, all while making sure the content of the test is up-to-date and reflects actual practice. This falls under Joint Commission standard EC.03.01.01.

If you believe that your organization’s safety test is a little on the lengthy side, it may be useful [more]