Results: "workplace violence"

Read: Are You Prepared For The New Workplace Violence Prevention Regulations To Take Effect?

Are You Prepared For The New Workplace Violence Prevention Regulations To Take Effect?

Learn about the top priorities for a successful workplace violence prevention program and what you can do to address the new WPV program requirements

Read: Preventing Workplace Violence in Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities

Preventing Workplace Violence in Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities

With nearly 75% of workplace assaults occurring in healthcare, this webinar will discuss how to better train and equip staff and improve safety.

Read: Joint Commission Proposes New Workplace Violence Prevention Requirements

Joint Commission Proposes New Workplace Violence Prevention Requirements

Comments on the new and updated standards for preventing hospital workplace violence are due by February 16.

Read: Report: Type 2 Hospital Workplace Violence Rate Increased Last Year

Report: Type 2 Hospital Workplace Violence Rate Increased Last Year

IAHSS’ latest hospital crime survey found that in 2019, Type 2 assaults jumped 25% and aggravated assaults more than doubled compared to the previous year.

Read: Combatting Healthcare Workplace Violence with People and Weapons Screening

Combatting Healthcare Workplace Violence with People and Weapons Screening

Here’s how one New Jersey hospital emergency department uses metal detection, an amnesty box, signage and policies to keep patients, staff and visitors safe.

Read: 8 Workplace Violence Prevention Strategies for Nurses

8 Workplace Violence Prevention Strategies for Nurses

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) recommends healthcare professionals following these eight practices to protect themselves.

Read: Statistics You Should Know: Workplace Violence in Healthcare

Statistics You Should Know: Workplace Violence in Healthcare

Although 75% of all workplace assaults occur in healthcare settings, only 30% of nurses and 26% of physicians have reported workplace violence incidents.

Read: 3 Workplace Violence Levels and How to Address Them

3 Workplace Violence Levels and How to Address Them

Early signs of workplace violence or workplace bullying can include intimidating behavior, verbal abuse, or changes in typical behavior patterns.

Read: Hospital Workplace Violence Prevention and Awareness Done Right

Hospital Workplace Violence Prevention and Awareness Done Right

CS Healthcare Director of the Year Robert W. Field, Jr.’s workplace violence program at RWJ University Hospital Hamilton decreased the need for security interventions by 42 percent.

Read: The 4 Types of Workplace Violence

The 4 Types of Workplace Violence

Employee incidents involving criminal outsiders, clients, co-workers and significant others have different characteristics.

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