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Workplace Violence Prevention

Employee Safety Should Be A Top Priority

Preventing harassment, threats and assaults in the workplace is the responsibility of leaders and managers at all levels.

SOLUTIONS FOR WORKPLACE VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT

Workplace violence in healthcare has continued to rise in recent years. According to recent Bureau of Labor statistics, 50% of all workplace-related assaults involve healthcare workers. Not only do you need to take care of those you serve, but you also need to keep your employees and visitors safe. Organizations must have a program in place to prevent and address workplace violence.

HERE'S WHAT WE CAN DO TO HELP YOU GET BETTER

Effective Communication

What good is a plan if nobody knows it? An informed staff is crucial for success in safety. We can help you convey workplace violence prevention policies and strategies more effectively, so your staff knows what to do when things go wrong.

Assessment and Prevention

Identifying potential aggressors and using de-escalation techniques are vital components of preventing workplace violence. We can help educate staff on assessment and prevention of potentially dangerous scenarios.

Leadership Support

Build trust by demonstrating support for staff. Establish a precedent of commitment to workplace violence prevention to show that you care and to help everyone feel safer.

DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING TOOLS TO IMPROVE WORKPLACE SAFETY

Maintaining A Healthy And Safe Workplace

OSHA identifies committed leadership and ongoing employee training and support as key components of workplace violence prevention programs. Relias can help your organization get better at maintaining a safe workplace.

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Simulation Training Makes Learning Real

Important components of violence prevention are knowing the signs that someone is in crisis and effective de-escalation techniques. Simulation learning gives users the opportunity to choose responses, learn best practices and when to ask for help.

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“Statistics based on the Bureau of Labor Statistics and National Crime Victimization Survey data both reveal that workplace violence is a threat to those in the healthcare and social service settings.”

OSHA

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Active Shooter Response Plan: 5 Key Elements. Healthcare disaster plans should include how to manage an active shooter scenario. Having a plan and communicating it to all staff members reduces uncertainty and helps your staff feel safe. Learn key components of an active shooter response plan.

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Hostile Encounters and Domestic Violence in the Workplace

Two Most Common Forms of Workplace Violence. A healthcare worker is five times more likely to be a victim of a nonfatal assault or violent act than the average worker in all other occupations combined. Learn strategies to prevent and de-escalate Hostile Encounters and Domestic Violence.

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SCENARIO-BASED LEARNING
ENHANCES RETENTION

Keep your staff safe by teaching them how to recognize signs of potential workplace violence and giving them the skills to respond. Real-world scenarios and practice opportunities engage employees.

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