Violence in the workplace training

Violence in the workplace training

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Scientific American calls is an "Epidemic of Violence against Health Care Workers". Based on a simple research we found the following stats: Nearly 2 million Americans report they’ve been victims of violence at work. In 2010, 1 in 9 workplace fatalities were homicides. Homicide is the most common cause of workplace fatalities in women. Workplace violence is one of the gravest occupational hazards for healthcare workers. Nearly one-third of nurses are subjected to physical or verbal assaults at least once a month. Geriatric wards and waiting rooms are two of the most frequent sites for hospital violence (along with emergency departments and psychiatric wards).                                  http://blog.stericycle.com/bid/165975/10-Shocking-Workplace-Violence-Statistics The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSH Act) mandates that, in addition to compliance with hazard-specific standards, all employers have a general…
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We can help

We can help

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Today on the news we saw a Mental Health Patient attacking nurses with a pipe. You can see the news and the video at http://www.today.com/video/today/56379760#56379760. Our response to this situation is simple: 1. Continue to promote our "Challenge" via Facebook where we post one self-defense video per day; 2. Offer a special, 20% discount, to healthcare professionals that sign up during the months of November and December; 3. Offer a self-defense class or course to any group of 8 individuals or more designed to handle this kind of situations. E-mail Master Delgado today at [email protected] if interested.
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