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The Danger Zone: Dealing with Workplace Violence – 4.0 hours

$72.00

Course Description

The goal of this program is to help the learner understand the serious financial burden and human toll caused by violence in the workplace, and to offer suggestions that can mitigate it. Please note that this course contains material such as research, examples, and images that may be intense, due to the topic.

Description

Course Description

The goal of this program is to help the learner understand the serious financial burden and human toll caused by violence in the workplace, and to offer suggestions that can mitigate it. Please note that this course contains material such as research, examples, and images that may be intense, due to the topic.

“This was a great course. Coming from the security industry previously, I was reminded of a lot of the continuity planning and disgruntled worker information.” Derek W., Maine

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the learner will be able to:

  • Understand the importance of readiness for dealing with danger in the workplace.
  • Recognize those who are possible risks for self harm or harm to others.
  • Draft, implement, communicate and continuously improve emergency protocols.

Intended Audience

This course is appropriate for all healthcare workers.

This program has been approved for Continuing Education for 4.0 total participant hours by NAB/NCERS.

4.0 CEUs for NFAs/NHAs: NAB Domains 2B1 (OSHA Rules and Regulations), 2B5 (Risk Management Process and Programs), 2B8 (Internal Investigation Protocols and Techniques, e.g., incidents, adverse events), 2B10 (Insurance Coverage, e.g., liability, property), and 2B12 (Security, e.g., cameras, monitoring systems, locks, staff location reporting).

Note: This course is not yet approved in AZ, CA, KS, or MA. Always verify CEU requirements for your state. Contact us with any questions!

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