Security EOC Checklist

SM 1. All employees wear identification badges in plain view?

What is the likelihood to harm a patient / staff / Visitor?
Is the problem…

SM 2. All contractors and vendors wear identification badges in plain view

What is the likelihood to harm a patient / staff / Visitor?
Is the problem…

SM 3. Does staff know to announce a security emergency/incident? (Code Gray) over channel1via radio or call ext. 4333.

What is the likelihood to harm a patient / staff / Visitor?
Is the problem…

SM 4. In FSU with magnetic locks, staff is familiar with alternative security measures in the eventof magnetic lock failure (e.g. fire alarm, loss of power, equipment failure)? Use of Mogul Key.

What is the likelihood to harm a patient / staff / Visitor?
Is the problem…

SM 5. Access controls function properly (e.g. badge readers, key-pads, mechanical locks, etc.)?

What is the likelihood to harm a patient / staff / Visitor?
Is the problem…

SM 6. Mechanical and electrical spaces are secured except to essential personnel?

What is the likelihood to harm a patient / staff / Visitor?
Is the problem…

SM 7. Exterior windows in patient care areas are secured shut with tamper-resistant fasteners?

What is the likelihood to harm a patient / staff / Visitor?
Is the problem…

SM 8. Surveillance cameras are functional and properly aligned?

What is the likelihood to harm a patient / staff / Visitor?
Is the problem…

SM 9. Surveillance camera multiplexers and monitors are functional and video quality is satisfactory?

What is the likelihood to harm a patient / staff / Visitor?
Is the problem…

SM 10. Panic alarms function properly and staff is aware of their location and use?

What is the likelihood to harm a patient / staff / Visitor?
Is the problem…

SM 11. Do you have any additional comments? If so, please add them here.

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Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.