Workplace safety and security

Congressional FCU under lockdown as mob storms U.S. Capitol


Capitol police directed the institution to close four branches Wednesday as armed Trump supporters forced their way into the complex, and two facilities remained shuttered late in the day.


NAFCU to CDC: Prioritize coronavirus vaccinations for credit union staff


The trade group is the latest to call for financial services workers to be moved closer to the front of the line as COVID-19 vaccinations are distributed.


CUTX ramps up testing for COVID, antibodies


The Allen, Texas-based institution is crediting a robust on-site medical program with helping keep staff and members safe.


Should tellers and loan officers be near front of line for COVID vaccines?


Bank and credit union groups are pushing to include the industry’s front-line workers in the next priority group, but even as a recommendation is coming soon from a CDC advisory panel, the decision ultimately will be made state by state.


How technology can help contain COVID-19 in the workplace


Credit unions that hope to fully reopen their facilities need to have a plan in place to ensure employees are being careful and not spreading the coronavirus.


ATM coating targets COVID-19 and other ‘nasty things’


A new service from NCR aims to reduce surface transmission of the coronavirus through the application of an antimicrobial cleaning product that kills germs.