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IAHSS has developed two industry-leading guidelines publications:

Both assist healthcare administrators in providing a safe and secure environment and support national, state/provincial, county and local requirements and are also intended to be in harmony with all regulatory, accreditation, and other healthcare professional association requirements.

 

IAHSS Healthcare Security Industry Guidelines

  • IAHSS members have free electronic access to the IAHSS Healthcare Security Industry Guidelines through the Industry Guideline- Members Only. Members that are logged in will see them below.
  • A selection of Guidelines may be available for public access through the Guidelines Preview- available to the public file library below to address timely issues, to share our knowledge with affiliated organizations, or to inform the public about new Guidelines that have been developed.
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IAHSS Security Design Guidelines for Healthcare Facilities, 3rd Edition

 

 

 

*Guidelines Preview - available to the public

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IAHSS will make a few Industry Guidelines available to the public at various times to address timely concerns, to share our knowledge with affiliated organizations, or to inform the public about new Guidelines that have been developed. Those Guidelines are included in the library below and will regularly change. The full set of Industry Guidelines are available in the file library further below on this page; however, they are only accessible by IAHSS members who are signed into the website.
Item Name Posted By Date Posted
08.08.11 Comminicable Diseases PDF (174.67 KB) Administration 3/4/2020
05.02.03 Security Role in High Risk Pts Watches PDF (89.24 KB) Administration 6/13/2019
04.08 Duress and Panic Alarms and Response PDF (86.26 KB) Administration 6/13/2019

Industry Guidelines - Members only

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IAHSS guidelines are intended to assist healthcare administrators in fulfilling their obligation to provide a safe, secure and welcoming environment; while carrying out the mission of their healthcare organization. IAHSS guidelines support the need to comply with all national, state / provincial, county and local requirements and are intended to be in harmony with all regulatory, accreditation, and other healthcare professional association requirements and guidelines. The Industry Guidelines are operationally focused and less prescriptive. The Industry Guidelines are listed individually and as a booklet.
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