Wireless Internet Access - Oroville Hospital

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Nov 3, 2013 (3 years and 11 months ago)

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Wireless Internet Access


Patients, families and visitors

will be provided guest

access to
Oroville Hospital’s

wireless Internet
. Connection
to this network is available
throughout most of the Oroville Hospital (OH) main campus. The name of the
wireless
Patient/Visitor Guest network i
s: OH_Guest. Patients/Visitors will

connect
,

to this service
,

using a
connection called "OH_Guest". This wireless connection will appear automatically on any device with a wireless
802.11b/g network card.


Please note: By sig
ning on to the OH_Guest wireless network all users agree to and comply with the
OH
Wireless Internet Use Policy described below.





Wireless Internet Use Policy


Oroville Hospital (OH) provides
guest

access to the Internet and maintains no control or revi
ews the content of any Web site.
Users should
be aware that t
here are potentially serious security issues with any computer connected to the Internet without the appropriate protection.
These security issues range from viruses, worms and other programs tha
t can damage the user's computer to attacks on the computer by
unauthorized or unwanted third parties. These parties, known commonly as "hackers" may attempt to penetrate the user's comput
er and
download information from the user's computer. If the user ha
s unprotected files on the computer, these files may be visible to hackers on
the Internet, potentially including parties with criminal intent. It is recommended that each user protect their system with
a personal firewall
and virus protection software. OH

advises the user that he/she should consult a security expert to determine whether there are any potential
security holes in their computer's configuration.

The following are some examples of violations that would constitute unacceptable use. (Be advised
that there may be other violations not
listed and OH remains the sole and final arbiter of acceptable usage of its Services.)


* Using the Internet in a manner that is disruptive, harmful, or offensive to others such as by the access, display, transmis
sion

or download of
sexually explicit images, documents, messages, cartoons, or by the use of ethnic slurs, racial epithets or anything that may
be construed as
harassment or disparagement of others;

* Disrespecting the privacy of others by misrepresenting on
eself as another user; by attempting to modify or gain access to files, passwords,
or data belonging to others ("hacking"), and by not seeking disallowed access via the Internet;

* Using the Services to make fraudulent offers to sell or buy products, item
s, or services or to advance any type of financial scam such as
"pyramid schemes", "Ponzi schemes", unregistered sales of securities, securities fraud and "chain letters."

* Using the Services to transmit any unsolicited commercial email or unsolicited bu
lk email. Activities that have the effect of facilitating
unsolicited commercial email or unsolicited bulk email, whether or not that email is commercial in nature, are prohibited. Us
ing deliberately
misleading headers in e
-
mails sent to multiple parties i
s prohibited.

* Using the Services to harm, or attempt to harm, minors in any way.

* Using the Service to Stream Movies, Music, and other forms of media which require large amounts of bandwidth is prohibited.

* Violating copyright laws and licensing
agreements pertaining to material obtained from the Internet (such as illegal downloading of music,
movies, or any other content that is covered by copyright law).


O
H SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY LIABILITY FOR UNAUTHORIZED THIRD
-
PARTY SECURITY BREACHES OR T
HE RESULTS
THEREOF. OH PROVIDES ACCESS TO THE INTERNET ON AN "AS IS" BASIS WITH ALL RISKS INHERENT IN SUCH ACCESS. BY
CONNECTING TO THE OH_Guest NETWORK, THE USER ACKNOWLEDGES THE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH PUBLIC ACCESS TO
THE INTERNET AND HEREBY RELEASES AND
INDEMNIFIES OH FROM ANY DAMAGES THAT MIGHT OCCUR.





Patient

Name
:








Date of Admission:







Visitor Name:







Room:






Bed:
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Guidelines for Laptop Safety



* Laptop computers that have wireless
access are required to meet the same requirements outlined in the
hospitals Cell Phone policy. Should any interference with medical equipment be noted, the patient's computer
use will be prohibited.


* Care should be taken with all power cords to avoid cre
ating tripping hazards. Never use a laptop that has a
frayed or damaged power cord.


* Nursing staff must be alert to the patient's ability to use the equipment safely during the course of the patients
stay, and prohibit the use of devices as the situation

warrants.


* Always operate your laptop on a hard surface such as a table or bed tray that will allow proper ventilation.


* Shut down your laptop and unplug all accessories when not in use to prevent overheating.


* Always consult with the patient's care
giver prior to plugging a laptop into an outlet.


* Patients / Visitors must have their own laptop
, with wireless access installed and appropriately configured,
in
order to connect to the wireless Internet. OH does not provide laptops or loaners, and
cannot help troubleshoot
your device. You must contact the manufacturer or operating system vendor for assistance with your personal
device.


* OH is not responsible for the security of your laptop or other wireless devices, nor can OH provide a secure
sto
rage space for your laptop. The hospital cannot be held responsible if an individual's laptop is stolen,
damaged, or comes in contact with fluids or radioactive material.


* All audible sound, alarms, and web cams must be turned off on your laptop at all t
imes. Please use
headphones if sound is required.


For more information, read instructions on how to access a wireless connection through “Help and Support” in
Windows XP.


Initial Password


Username:







Password:








Activation Date:
11/03/2013



User Acceptance Signature:





H.I.S. Tech Signature: