Safety First: A Journey to Developing a Workplace Violence Prevention Program

January 25, 2018

Summary

Workplace violence is a highly complex issue, and one that is top-of-mind for healthcare organizations as they look to improve safety for all staff and patients. Many organizations have developed workplace violence prevention programs to create awareness, encourage reporting and to show staff that their safety is a priority.
Learn about North Shore Medical Center’s journey to create awareness and prevent workplace violence, including:

  • How they developed a robust workplace violence program to capture the incidents taking place in their organization

  • Their ongoing journey to improve safety processes at their organization

  •  How the incident data is being utilized throughout the enterprise

Speakers

Carrie Arrieta
Risk Manager
North Shore Medical Center

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