The risk of workplace violence doesn’t need to be left to chance alone. Use this course to helps people prevent and survive a potentially life-or-death situation. This course keeps the guidance open-ended and easy to remember, enabling quick and decisive ACTION when every second counts!
All too often these days we hear about active shooter incidents… multiple shootings in nightspots, public areas… and even workplaces. This program shows your people what to do in order to survive should one of these tragic situations occur in your workplace.
There isn’t a day that goes by without another story of hacking or stolen data in the news. From political campaigns, to corporations, to breaches at the highest levels of government -- no organization is immune to the risk. This program teaches viewers how to keep data safe.
MARCOM's Workplace Violence in Healthcare Facilities discusses the problem of workplace violence in healthcare facilities, reviews the policies and procedures that can prevent it, and shows healthcare workers what they can do to avoid and escalation of incidents.
Dealing with acts of violence is becoming an important skill for every healthcare professional. This training program will equip your employees with the knowledge to recognize potential violence and to difuse hostility before it escalates.
Ensure patient confidentiality with this training that will on the HIPAA Security and Privacy Rules. Employees will understand what constitutes protected health information, the basics of security awareness and much, much more.
Dealing with difficult patients is often a regular part of a healthcare employee's day. This training program will help your employees understand why patients are sometimes disruptive, and will teach them how to intervene safely.
Learn about violence and how to handle it in a home healthcare environment. This video covers topics such as general violence information, the assault cycle, safety practices and making safety the employee's priority.
Domestic violence directly affects nearly 25% of Americans. Train your healthcare professionals to recognize warning signs and how to react accordingly when handling a situation regarding domestic abuse.