Alliance Insurance Group Newsletter - November 2016
Published by Alliance Insurance Group on Nov 30, 2016
While considering the groups of people and types of behaviors that could be a threat to your community is important, it’s arguably more important to implement protocols that will prepare your staff and protect your residents in the event of an active shooter scenario. In part 2 of our Active Shooter in a Senior Care Community series, General Counsel and Litigation Manager, David Thurber, highlights 9 protocols you can add to your crisis management plan and the 3 steps your staff should be ready to take if faced with an active shooter. In this month’s newsletter, we also discuss the Department of Justice’s plan to launch Elder Justice Task Forces. In this article, we look deeper into the shift towards increased monitoring and regulation of nursing homes and how your community can best address these changes.