Hospital Security: How Do I Make It Better?

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Overview

Developing an effective healthcare security program can be challenging. Join our speaker Bill Icenogle as he discusses how to utilize security risk assessment data to influence an overall security program.

Mr. Icenogle will discuss the layers of a security program, how to influence decision-makers to support the program, build relationships, and much more.


Webinar Objectives

  • Describe some real-world best practices to focus on when building upon your security program.
  • Evaluate achievable security milestones.

Continuing Education

Participants will receive 1.0 nursing contact hours by the Louisiana Hospital Association for complete attendance of the program. The Louisiana Hospital Association is approved by the Louisiana State Board of Nursing – CE Provider #39.

CHSP/CPSO: 1.0 contact hours of continuing education credit toward fulfillment of the requirements of CHSP designation of Certified Healthcare Safety Professional & CPSO designation of Certified Patient Safety Officer.


Accommodations

Please contact LHA Trust Funds if you have a disability that may require special accommodations for this educational opportunity. LHA Trust Funds is committed to ensuring full accessibility for all registrants.


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Webinar Speakers

Bill Icenogle

Director for Emergency Management, Security, and Safety at Woman’s Hospital

Bill Icenogle retired from the U.S. Navy in 2005 after 25 years of Active Duty service and landed in Baton Rouge, La. He soo...

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