Weekly poll: Workplace violence prevention in your healthcare facility

By: September 11th, 2011 Email This Post Print This Post

When OSHA announced its new Enforcement Procedures for Investigating or Inspecting Incidents of Workplace Violence, the agency referenced “industries considered vulnerable to workplace violence, such as healthcare and social service settings.” Will OSHA’s issuing of the enforcement directive prompt you to reassess your facility’s policy on preventing workplace violence? Take our OSHA Healthcare Advisor Weekly Poll and let us know.

After taking the survey, click here for the results.

Protect your staff and patients from violence in the emergency department. Violence in healthcare—like the recent incident at Johns Hopkins Hospital—is on the rise. Join HCPro for Violence in the ED: Proven Strategies to Keep Your Facility Safe, a 90-minute on-demand Webcast where you’ll learn a five-step approach to keeping your staff and patients safe. Our experienced speakers will also guide you through regulatory requirements related to workplace violence and provide action plans to train staff to handle unruly patients and prevent dangerous situations.

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One of the good things that guidelines such as OSHA has put out, help us review our programs.

 

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