War-Sec Security specializes in healthcare security and safety consultation, facility and program assessment, staff education and regulatory compliance. Bryan Warren, MBA, CHPA, CPO-I is President and chief consultant at War-Sec Security and has over 29 years in the healthcare security, safety and emergency management fields. He has conducted healthcare security assessments and training workshops across the United States, Canada and Australia and holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, an MBA with a focus on legal foundations of healthcare. Bryan is a Certified Healthcare Protection Administrator as well as Certified Protection Officer Instructor and has served on a number of national taskforces including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Department of Health and Human Services Office of Infrastructure Protection. Bryan is a Past President of the International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety (IAHSS), a Sector Chief in the FBI’s Infragard program, a Field Liaison Officer for the NC DHS Information Sharing And Analysis Center (ISAAC) and a volunteer leader in numerous professional associations. In these roles he has published a wide variety of articles and position papers and provided presentations nationally and internationally on the healthcare environment. Bryan has been named as one of the Top 20 Most Influential People in Security in the US by Security Magazine and as one of the Top 30 Voices in Healthcare Security by Forbes magazine and was recently awarded a copyright for his innovative process for determining appropriate staffing levels for security in healthcare facilities (see details on the following page). 

Workplace Violence in Healthcare is at Epidemic Levels

I recently joined my friend and colleague, Peter Cassidy, FACHE a global health thought leader, to discuss the growing issue of workplace violence in the healthcare industry and what steps we can do to help mitigate this growing problem. A workplace violence environmental assessment by a certified subject matter expert and education for staff on what to do in the event of such an incident are the foundations for a solid prevention program. In healthcare, everyone is responsible for workplace violence prevention.





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