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Workplace Safety

Read: Muslim Family Claims Discrimination at Virginia Hospital, Staff Calls Them ‘Scary’

Muslim Family Claims Discrimination at Virginia Hospital, Staff Calls Them ‘Scary’

While at the hospital celebrating the birth of a newborn baby, hospital staff allegedly threatened to kick the family out.

Read: HID Releases FARGO® DTC1500XE ID Card Printer

HID Releases FARGO® DTC1500XE ID Card Printer

HID’s new printer provides convenience and a high-quality product at a low cost for government ID projects, higher ed. and K-12 schools and hospitals.

Read: $3.2M Awarded to Fired Hospital Worker in Discrimination Suit

$3.2M Awarded to Fired Hospital Worker in Discrimination Suit

A Muslim man claims he was harassed and fired from Loma Linda University Medical Center because of his religious affiliations.

Read: Consider this Life-Saving Method with an Armed Attacker

Consider this Life-Saving Method with an Armed Attacker

If you encounter an armed attacker who is so close that running or hiding is not an option, then you might want to grab, drop and strike.

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: Study Finds Sexual Assault Victims Experience Long-term Health Complications

Study Finds Sexual Assault Victims Experience Long-term Health Complications

New research shows that women who have been sexually assaulted or harassed are more likely to experience depression or hypertension later in life.

Read: Jury Awards $10M Over Security Incidents at Chicago Hospital

Jury Awards $10M Over Security Incidents at Chicago Hospital

A jury has determined that a Chicago hospital should pay more than $10 million to a female doctor and six nurses who filed a joint lawsuit for two separate incidents.

Read: Workplace Violence Prevention Plans Mandatory at All Calif. Hospitals

Workplace Violence Prevention Plans Mandatory at All Calif. Hospitals

The new mandate requires all acute-care hospitals and skilled-nursing facilities in California to have comprehensive workplace violence prevention plans.

Read: Joint Commission: 7 Ways to Prevent Workplace Violence in Healthcare Without Adding Security

Joint Commission: 7 Ways to Prevent Workplace Violence in Healthcare Without Adding Security

Implementing certain policies and procedures at your hospital can make a big impact on workplace violence prevention efforts.

Read: Are You Meeting Your Obligation for a Safe Workplace?

Are You Meeting Your Obligation for a Safe Workplace?

Learn how to mitigate the risk of workplace violence with this comprehensive video package brought to you in partnership with The Center for Personal Protection and Safety.

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