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Ky. 9-1-1 director offers advice on medical alert devices
People considering a personal medical alert device should select one that connects to a call center, because the person who receives the alert will have the user's location and other information and can contact 9-1-1, advises Paul Nave, director of Owensboro-Daviess County 9-1-1 in Kentucky.
OSHA Reminds Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas Employers to Protect Workers From Heat-Related Illness
High temperatures in the Southwestern United States have and continue to break records. In Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas, the heat index could reach triple digits and in some cases exceed 110°F. These elevated temperatures pose a serious risk to employees exposed to heat due to the nature of their jobs.
What new research reveals about retaining employees
As the Great Resignation continues, organizations are struggling with how to keep staff. The bad news is, turnover happens in times of change. But a handful of new reports also reveal some positives: Associations can take steps that will go a long way to mitigate turnover.
Tips for Deploying Smart Video Surveillance Storage Solutions
The increased demand for video surveillance, higher resolution and AI analytics have created a need for high capacity storage solutions. Western Digital’s Brian Mallari breaks down how security integrators can deliver them.
The Seattle Police Department has created a "Z-Disposition Action" for 9-1-1 calls that don't require a police response, as determined by a supervisor. The policy records such calls and is meant to help address a shortage of police officers.
The state’s newest laws will take effect July 1, including tax cuts, medical marijuana and a new official state song. The Mississippi Legislative session, which ended in April, also saw the legislature pass a record budget, as states throughout the nation are flush with federal cash.
In the wake of the deadliest school shooting in state history, the Texas Education Agency plans to check whether hundreds of thousands of external school building doors lock properly before the next school year begins.