Workplace Violence in Healthcare
Bryan Warren, Director of Corporate Security for Atrium, outlines unique conditions for workplace violence, type of workplace violence, OSHA findings and policies, recognizing behaviors, de-escalation techniques and more.
Workplace violence can be defined as “any behavior which creates a work environment that a reasonable person would find intimidating, threatening, violent, or abusive, regardless of whether the behavior may affect a person’s psychological or physical well being….
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