AHA to OSHA Re: Prevention of Workplace Violence in Healthcare and Social Assistance

AHA urged the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to focus on supporting effectiveness research for the prevention of workplace violence in different workplace settings and circumstances and wide dissemination of information about these effective best practices to the health care and social assistance sectors.

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