Major Healthcare Client: LiveSafe Enables Proactive Reporting of Safety & Security Risks

The security department at this healthcare organization works hard to keep the employees and patients safe so that everyone can focus on helping each child grow healthier and happier. As part of this commitment, they conduct regular training and safety drills. Uniformed officers patrol the hallways, checking in with each department. They have installed blue emergency call boxes throughout the parking garages. Also, they operate a 9-1-1 style emergency dispatch that allows security officers to respond quickly when needed.

Hearst: Better Business and Security Outcomes Via LiveSafe

In a very contentious political atmosphere where it was impossible to know in advance where security issues would arise, Hearst needed a means to anticipate security situations that could potentially impact deadlines for reporting and logistical operations for broadcast media coverage (which in turn could impact ratings and breaking media coverage), as well as communicate situations to broadcast team members.

Brookfield Properties: LiveSafe Prevents Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars in Property Damage

Sometimes even major events that are planned many months in advance can change rapidly and get out of control, placing a premium on prevention efforts and getting ahead of emerging threats. In 2017, Brookfield’s Washington D.C. team found themselves in the middle of just such a situation. It was the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump and Washington D.C. was beset by protests, some of them violent.

Las Vegas Mall Shooting Demonstrates LiveSafe’s Full Potential

The Fashion Mall shooting provides an important case study in the broader application of the LiveSafe platform. While the ultimate goal of LiveSafe is to surface early-warning insights that can help security personnel detect and prevent incidents from occurring, in cases like this, when there is no warning, LiveSafe’s powerful two-way communications, broadcast alerts, and geo-fencing features provide critical mass communications capabilities that can help prevent further injuries or greater loss of life.

Sources & Methods: The LiveSafe Guide to Early Warning Threat Detection and Reporting For School Safety and Security Programs

LiveSafe is pleased to announce its first major research report and guide for K-12 and higher education officials on early warning threat detection and reporting. The report, Sources & Methods: The LiveSafe Guide to Early Warning Threat Detection and Reporting For School Safety and Security Programs, is based on 18 months of interviews with more than a dozen current and former campus law enforcement professionals, former school resource officers, survivors of school shootings, university researchers, and education risk and insurance professionals.

Secret Service Study Urges Schools to Adopt Prevention and Reporting Strategies to Stop School Shootings

The study by the National Threat Assessment Center is part of the second phase of the Safe Schools Initiative and is based on 41 incidents of “targeted school violence” that took place in American schools from 2008 to 2017.A new study of school shootings released by the U.S. Secret Service on Thursday found that most school shooters exhibited observable warning signs well ahead of their attacks and urged schools across the nation to adopt prevention strategies that include threat assessment teams and anonymous reporting systems.

The Global Mental Health Epidemic and What It Means For The Future of Workplace Safety and Security

October 30, 2019 When the World Economic Forum, in partnership with Marsh & McLennan Cos. and Zurich Insurance Group, released its

Should We Change How We Teach Run, Hide, Fight?

September 16, 2019 The Federal government’s guidance for active shooter response – Run, Hide, Fight – has been the de

LiveSafe Selected by D.C. Public Schools to Support ‘Safe Spots for Students’ Initiative

LiveSafe, the leading risk intelligence and safety communications platform, has been selected by D.C. Public Schools to support a major new student safety initiative throughout the nation’s capital.

New Spike In Suicide Rates Seen Among Adolescents And Young Adults

A new study by Harvard Medical School reveals that the suicide rate among young people in the U.S. has spiked in recent years and has experts worried. The study, recently published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, found an abnormal increase in suicide rates for males between the ages of 15 and 19 years old. From 2000 to 2017, the suicide rate rose by 47 percent among teens age 15 to 19 and 36 percent among those 20 to 24. That’s well above the 30 percent increase seen across all age groups.

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