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WORKPLACE VIOLENCE PLANS 2017 - Workplace Violence Plans, Policies & Procedures for Hospitals & Healthcare Facilities

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Deadline: October 17, 2017 | Date: October 18, 2017

Venue/Country: Online, U.S.A

Updated: 2017-09-13 18:37:27 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

Training Options Duration: 90 Minutes

Wednesday, October 18, 2017 | 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT

Overview: How safe is your healthcare facility from workplace violence?

Workplace violence against healthcare workers can be significantly reduced with a

comprehensive violence prevention program. This webinar will outline common risk

factors for violence, the basics elements of a violence prevention program and

strategies for responding to violent events when they occur. The importance of

training nurses and other healthcare workers in recognizing and managing aggressive

behavior will be emphasized.

This webinar, presented by a recognized expert on workplace violence prevention, will

familiarize participants with the ways by which healthcare organizations can ensure

physical safety for its employees by preparing in advance.

Why should you Attend: Violence against health workers should never be considered as

being acceptable or "just part of the job." Not only is there a negative impact on the

psychological and physical well being of health-care staff, but also affects their job

motivation. The consequence of violence impacts the quality of care and may lead to

major financial losses to a healthcare organization. These may include but are not

limited to:

Sanctions and fines from OSHA and other government agencies

Additional difficulties maintaining credentials for the Joint Commission and other

credentialing groups

Increased difficulties in hiring and keeping good employees

Higher insurance premiums

Lawsuits by employees and other victims

Lower employee morale

Disruption in operations for extended periods of time for crime scene clean up and


Many factors place healthcare workers above average risk for violence; they care for

people with histories of violent behavior, who may be under the influence of drugs, or

who may be delirious from medications, narcotics, or a medical condition such as


Areas Covered in the Session:

Scope and Impact of Workplace Violence in the Healthcare Setting

The Four Types of Workplace Violence and Their Associated Risk Factors

Elements of an Effective Workplace Violence Program

Worksite Hazard Analysis

Universal Precautions for Violence

Who Will Benefit:

Risk Management

Security Directors, Managers & Officers

Education Professionals

Compliance Professionals

Safety Managers, Directors and Officers

Emergency Management Professionals

Members of the safety team

Speaker Profile

Joe Rosner is the Director of Best Defense USA and nationally recognized expert on

workplace violence and personal safety for health care and other occupations. He is

the author of Street Smarts & Self Defense for Childrenas well books and articles on

workplace violence prevention and personal safety for healthcare.

Jo has presented at The National Emergency Management Summit, The American Healthcare

Association, The Heartland Healthcare Conference, and numerous state healthcare and

hospital conferences. His credentials include multiple black belts, law enforcement,

military and bodyguard experience and growing up on the south side of Chicago.

Price - $139

Contact Info:

Netzealous LLC -MentorHealth

Phone No: 1-800-385-1607

Fax: 302-288-6884



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