Q Our company is considering implementing a policy on workplace violence. Should we even have such a policy and, if so, what types of things should it include?
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Every security officer’s top priority is keep their facilities and workforce safe. While advances in technological solutions such as access control and surveillance systems have helped accomplish that goal, they are not completely fail safe. According to security experts, when creating a good security plan to deal with for their organizations, security officers need to […]
An OSHA standard to mitigate workplace violence in healthcare facilities does not appear to be on the horizon, but this is not because OSHA is not aware of the main provisions that would be included in such a standard. In fact, it is not uncommon for OSHA to issue citations against healthcare employers whose employees […]
By Susan Schoenfeld, JD, Senior Legal Editor Yesterday, we heard from BLR’s Senior Legal Editor, Susan Schoenfeld, JD, concerning workplace violence prevention. Today, more on the subject, including what policy you should implement to help prevent such violence.