Workplace Violent Incidents have been on the rise in several specific organizations, including hospitals, home health organizations, social workers who do in home visit, and also late-night retail stores.

On September 8, 2011, OSHA suddenly released their internal Directive on what their OSHA investigators look for when they go to an organization to investigate a Workplace Violence incident.

Whether the incident involves a domestic violence incident, like when a husband shoots his wife at work; or whether it is patient violence against the Emergency Room nurses, it is a big problem that has been increased over the last 8 years.

We have set up a special no-cost webinar to review the new directive and see what it means for employers. Join us to look at how to protect your organization and make sure your staff, and patients stay safe.