Is a baseball bat part of your workplace violence prevention program?

OSHA Healthcare Connection, November 9, 2010

On a recent inspection, OSHA consultant Kathy Rooker, Columbus Healthcare & Safety Consultants, Canal Winchester, OH, found a baseball bat under the receptionist’s desk as the only evidence of a medical practice’s workplace violence prevention program.

Admittedly workplace violence in healthcare facilities is a problem, but click here to read why this solution falls short of the mark.

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