Violence in the Workplace for Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
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Violence in the Workplace for Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

Mark Gutweiler
Updated Mar 02, 2021

The following Violence in the Workplace for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is designed to educate Healthcare Providers (HCP) on how to protect themselves and others with violence in the workplace. Once completed, you will receive a certificate of completion to verify you have finished the training.

Violence in the Workplace is defined by OSHA as "any act or threat of physical violence, harassment, intimidation, or other threatening disruptive behavior that occurs at the workplace and can range from threats, verbal abuse to physical assaults and even homicide.

The information contained in these trainings was derived from publications of OSHA, OCR, FDA, CDC, NIAID, ATSDR, HHS or WHO (Government Sourced Material). The Government Sourced Material used by AMC is available for no charge on their associated websites. The use of the Government Sourced Material by AMC does not imply endorsement or recommendation by OSHA, OCR, FDA, CDC, NIAID, ATSDR, HHS or WHO or by the United States Government, of AMC, its enterprise, its facility, its services or its products. © 2021 American Medical Compliance, no copyright claimed in Government Sourced Material.

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