Mildred Miles

3 Ways To Make Your Hospital More Secure

Public places are being targeted by violent individuals at a more frequent rate. Hospitals can be places where people are coming and going, and the visitors and patients in a hospital can be under extreme stress. Taking action to make your hospital more secure will help you ensure the physical safety of staff, patients, visitors, and hospital assets. 1. Establish an identification system. The first step in improving hospital safety is to ensure that you can account for all of the individuals entering and exiting the hospital on a daily basis. Read More 

Why Your Company Should Invest In Risk Assessment Software

Owning a business means managing risks on a daily basis. Whether they're internal or external, it is often times necessary to deal with risks using risk assessment software. It provides the following benefits that your company shouldn't overlook.  Standardizes Risk Reporting  With any company, there are different departments that have different responsibilities. As such, it can be somewhat challenging to get everyone on the same page when it comes to risk management. Read More 

How To Prevent Fires And Practice Fire Safety At Church

A fire can have devastating effects on a church. These effects are not only relating to the potential loss of life and property damage: it also affects the local community. Churches are responsible for a lot of charitable events that go on in a city. If a fire destroys a church, then it can disrupt this good work. Read on to find out how to prevent fires and practice fire safety at church. Read More 

3 Tips To Get The Best Performance From Your Commercial Surveillance Cameras

As someone who owns a business, you probably know that it is important for you to have surveillance cameras in your place of business. In fact, you probably want to make sure that you get the best possible performance from your surveillance cameras. These are a few tips that you can follow if you would like to get the best performance from the cameras that you purchase for your commercial building. Read More 

Three Things Your Teens Should Have On Their Smartphones

If you're like most busy parents with teenagers in the home, there are plenty of times when your kids are home by themselves. Naturally, you're concerned about the safety and well being about your teen or teens when they're home while you're at work, and you've undoubtedly established some common sense rules such as not allowing strangers to come inside the home and not announcing their home-alone status on social media. Read More