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Healthcare Workplace Violence Protection

Healthcare Workers Are 7 Times More Likely
To Be Victims Of Workplace Violence.

We can help you prepare while reducing your risk and increasing both
employee and patient satisfaction.

 

According to OSHA approximately 75% of the nearly 25,000 workplace assaults occurred in healthcare and social service settings.  In over 80% of the cases, the patient is the aggressor.

At Strategos our consulting and training has been used to serve hospitals and healthcare systems across the country in preventing workplace violence incidents.

In addition, our programs can assist your healthcare organization in achieving these safety and security accreditation standards through OSHA’s 5 recommended “Violence Prevention Programs”.

    Ways We Can Help

    Consulting Services & Written Programs

    From developing written programs for compliance to conducting behavior risk assessments , we can help you with both system-wide and individual facilities services.

    Onsite Workplace Violence Training

    We offer on site workplace violence training designed to help your staff learn how to handle everything from a difficult patient to an active shooter situation.

    High Risk Termination & Protection

    We are able to assist with both the procedures and protection services needed for both pre and post, high-risk terminations.

    Active Shooter Drills

    We offer on site workplace violence training designed to help your staff learn how to handle everything from a difficult patient to an active shooter situation.

    Management Commitment & Worker Participation

    Management commitment and worker participation are essential elements of an effective violence prevention program.

    Worksite Analysis & Hazard Identification

    Worksite analysis involves a mutual step-by-step assessment of the workplace to find existing or potential hazards that may lead to incidents of workplace violence.

    Hazard Prevention & Control

    After the systematic worksite analysis is complete, the employer should take the appropriate steps to prevent or control the hazards that were identified.

    Safety & Health Training

    Management commitment and worker participation are essential elements of an effective violence prevention program.

    Recordkeeping & Program Evaluation

    Record-keeping and evaluation of the violence prevention program are necessary to determine its overall effectiveness and identify any deficiencies or changes that should be made.