Addressing Security and Emergency Management Issues in Hospital Construction and Renovation Planning
April 13 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
This webcast will cover how you can incorporate leading security, public safety and emergency management practices during the planning/design phase of a construction or renovation project so your healthcare facility can reduce costs and optimize protection.
Viewers will learn:
- The most common security, public safety and emergency management issues facing hospitals today.
- Examples of good and bad security/public safety/emergency management design and how it affects a hospital’s ability to protect patients during security incidents, as well as man-made emergencies and natural disasters.
- How architects can collaborate with hospital security and emergency responders to incorporate technology, Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) and policies in the design/planning phase of a project that supports optimal security, public safety and emergency management.
- Guidelines for facility-wide risk assessments, working with door hardware and fire safety vendors, and coordination among various stakeholders for the best outcome.