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OSHA Guidelines for Prevention of Workplace Violence in Community Based Health

Description
Home health and social service workers face significant risks of job-related violence.  This webinar includes best practices and guidelines that address the variations of workplace violence that exist in different settings, as well as the most effective ways to reduce the risks that exist.


Learning Objectives

At the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  1. List employer obligations under OSHA rules 
  2. Identify the job-related violence risks associated with the field of healthcare and social service
  3. Make use of best practices and guidelines that address the variations of workplace violence that exist in different healthcare settings
  4. Identify effective ways to reduce the risks that exist


Audience

Community Health CHAP-accredited and non-accredited organizations looking for best practices, tools and resources to achieve better outcomes

Community Health providers responsible for their organizations accreditation process and outcomes (administrators, Executive Director, CEO, CFO, DON, Director of Home Health, and Director of Operations etc.)


Continuing Education Information and Disclosures: 

There are no conflicts of interest for any individual in a position to control the content of this activity. 

This educational activity will award 1.0 nursing contact hours for successful completion until November 29, 2020

This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Virginia Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. 

PLEASE NOTE: Completion of both the webinar and evaluation is required to obtain contact hours. If you are viewing in a group format, EACH PERSON must register independently in order to obtain CE credit. 
Bundle discount! Save by purchasing the entire CHAP Executive Webinar Series. Click HERE for the series. 

 

Jennifer Bramble, BS, MA

Ms. Bramble is a senior human resources, talent management, and learning and development professional with 25-plus years of experience. She specializes in human capital strategy, development, alignment and change management. Formerly with National Committee for Quality Assurance, Ms. Bramble spearheaded a multi-faceted talent development initiative, focused on strength-based leadership development where she coached and mentored business professionals at all organizational levels. Prior to that, Ms. Bramble served at National Quality Forum as Senior Training and Development Manager where she delivered high-impact leadership development and corporate training programs and a variety of human resources functions.

A certified Executive Coach, Ms. Bramble holds a BS in Business Management and an MA in Public Administration from Washington Adventist University. She lives in suburban Maryland with her husband. In her spare time, Ms. Bramble enjoys traveling and coaching and mentoring early-career professionals.

Monica Sanders, MPS-HRM

Human Resource Generalist, CHAP

Monica Sanders is the Human Resources Generalist at CHAP and specializes in employee benefits and welfare. She is a graduate of Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies Human Resources Master’s Program. Monica has been working in the field of Human Resources since 2014 and is a member of the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM). Monica adores the field of human resources and has a passion for educating and helping people navigate through the latest trends, laws, and regulations in HR. 

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OSHA Guidelines for Prevention of Workplace Violence in Community Based Health
11/29/2018 at 2:00 PM (EST)   |  60 minutes
11/29/2018 at 2:00 PM (EST)   |  60 minutes
Course Evaluation 2018
10 Questions
10 Questions CHAP Evaluation
Certificate of Completion
1.00 Nursing Contact Hours credit  |  Certificate available
1.00 Nursing Contact Hours credit  |  Certificate available