Learn how to enforce new nurse safety laws…and earn CEUs while you’re at it!

FREE CLASS:
Workplace Violence Prevention
in Healthcare

There’s a new law in town.

After we won passage of the Healthcare Workplace Violence Prevention Act—SB 1299 in 2014, the California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board (OSHSB) was charged with developing strong regulations.

Our Union, SEIU Local 121RN, was instrumental in coming up with final language in this bill designed to protect nurses and healthcare professionals from workplace violence.

The OSHSB unanimously adopted these new regulations on October 20, 2016, a landmark day for nurse safety. These workplace violence regulations for California’s healthcare professionals are the strongest in the nation.

Come learn more about these new protections

—and how to enforce them. (For the full-day class, you can earn CEUs at the same time.)

December 7 & 8, 2017
SEIU Local 721
1545 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA

Day 1: Full Day

(6 CEUs provided)

Registration: 0815

Class: 0900-1600

Day 2: Half Day

Registration: 0815

Class: 0845-1300

  • Define workplace violence & typologies, risk factors and controls
  • Employee and their Reps involvement: identifying, evaluating, correcting workplace hazards and developing a plan
  • The new regulation: what it means and how to use it
  • Designing and implementing training.  Comparing current training to standard requirements
  • Review case studies and compare those investigations and outcomes with current regulation
 

  • Identify how the union can develop effective WPV prevention programs at the worksite
  • Strategies to ensure employers comply with the standard
  • How to effectively engage members
  • Union strategies and action steps for enforcement & building a good case for a Cal/OSHA complaint

 

  • Reporting to your supervisor, investigating an incident.  Record keeping participation
  • Putting it all together: developing, implementing and evaluating your worksite plan

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6 CEUs are provided for full day with breakfast and lunch.

Second day participation is encouraged in order to learn how to build a strong case when filing a Cal/OSHA complaint. Breakfast is provided on the ½ day.

Questions?
Contact Donalda Dunnett, RN, at (626) 639-6163, dunnettd@seiu121rn.org

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