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Healthcare

Healthcare systems worldwide are experiencing testing times. The demand for medical care is rising constantly. At the same time the increasingly violent and litigious society in which we live make the health care industry extremely vulnerable. Often the weakest members of society are at risk in these environments and robust safety, security, and communications measures are needed to protect them. Dakota Security Systems understands that you face unique challenges and can limit your vulnerability to risks by addressing the following items:

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  • Pharmaceutical Control
  • Multi-Tenant Facilities
  • Infant Protection
  • Emergency Call
  • Wander Management
  • Staff Duress
  • Fall Management
  • Equipment Tracking
  • Theft
  • Liability Claims
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Surveillance
  • Fire & Chemical Detection
  • Visitor Verification
  • Storage Solutions




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Protecting Healthcare Workers With Access Control Protecting Healthcare Workers With Access Control (Mar 01, 2015)

Authorities say a man upset over his mother’s death walked into a hospital in Boston and shot the doctor who he thought was responsible. According to published reports, the gunman asked for the doctor by name and then shot him twice outside … Continue reading

Staff Recommended: Panic Alarms Staff Recommended: Panic Alarms (Jan 30, 2015)

Whether it is a school or hospital, campus safety officials sometimes settle on mobile duress panic alarms instead of camera or access control technology because the personal wireless pendants are seen as the “least intrusive” security solution for the staff. … Continue reading

Active Shooter Shoots Doctor, Kills Self Active Shooter Shoots Doctor, Kills Self (Jan 21, 2015)

A gunman shot a doctor at a women’s hospital before turning the gun on himself. The incident began when a man came into the hospital and specifically asked for a doctor, who is the director of Endovascular Cardiac Surgery and an assistant … Continue reading

6 Unique Ways to Use Mobile Emergency Duress Systems 6 Unique Ways to Use Mobile Emergency Duress Systems (Jan 16, 2015)

While the primary use for a panic button is, of course, to initiate an alarm response during an emergency, some facilities have come up with some unconventional deployment uses. Here are six ways to use these systems at your facility … Continue reading

Survey Identifies Biggest Problems in Campus Access Security Survey Identifies Biggest Problems in Campus Access Security (Jan 15, 2015)

Educational and healthcare institutions continue to acquire all types of new and upgraded access control technologies, but despite the investments, lack of effective policies, staffing and campus community support of access control continue to pose significant challenges.