Hours: 2 HSW
THIS IS NOT AN ADVANCED COURSE
This seminar is an overview of the new security guidelines and criteria for healthcare environments, as just recently proffered in the updated by the (IAHSS) International Association of Healthcare Safety & Security (2020) Guidelines, and the NFPA 730 Premises Security Guidelines (2020) .
The session will discuss the methodology of security risk assessments in hospitals and healthcare facilities, and the translation of risks, threats and vulnerabilities into security design and architectural criteria for designing safe and secure healthcare facilities. New technologies in handsfree and contactless access control will be demonstrated. The inclusion of CPTED in these standards of care and best practices is a new addition, and the key strategies of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) will be discussed in context to improving the safety and security of healthcare environments.
Upon completion the attendees will be able to:
Better determine and apply the functional design security requirements for selection of appropriate security technologies in the healthcare environments arena; determine how to integrate touchless and contactless access control technologies into the architecture of healthcare environments; become familiarized with conducting a risk assessment CPTED survey for a healthcare environment, in order to achieve a functioning and code compliant access control, video surveillance, perimeter protection, and intrusion protection systems; and reference the current standards of care, and best practices and standards by NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) 730 - Premises Security Guidelines 2020, as well as the 2020 IAHSS Security Design Guidelines for Healthcare Facilities (International Association of Healthcare Safety & Security).
On Demand Course: $100.00
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1 Hour CEU | Advanced Florida Building Code | Non-Advanced