How to maintain security devices

July 10, 2019

Healthcare facilities must be diligent when maintaining residential security devices, according to an article on the McKnight's Long-term Care News  website.


The first step is to determine the essential tasks and their frequency. For instance, alert-based resident security systems should be tested when “stressed.” 


Checking in with the people using them most is also an important part of device maintenance.


A dead battery is the most common problem with security devices. Performing regular en masse battery replacements on all devices can avoid problems.


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