Workplace Violence - Members in Action

Tactical Training/Casualty Care Program - Mercyhealth
Mercyhealth partnered with local EMS providers, law enforcement, fire departments and school districts to create and deploy a Casualty Care training program with a specially designed emergency kit to local school districts and other organizations to impart vital emergency training. (Feb. 2018)

Johns Hopkins Continuum of Disruptive Behaviors at Work. A subcommittee of the Joint Risk Assessment Team examined the behaviors seen in previous Johns Hopkins workplace violence cases and classified various behaviors across a spectrum adapted from Gary Namie, PhD to develop the Johns Hopkins Continuum of Disruptive Behaviors at Work. Lists of specific actions for each concerning behavior emerged as part of ongoing research on disruptive behaviors at work and early intervention and prevention of workplace violence. (2015)


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