Every healthcare organization should have a workplace violence prevention plan in place
to help avoid a tragic event. A workplace violence prevention plan must address more than
the active shooter or external threats. It should address domestic violence and bullying as
Our speakers will discuss the unique characteristics of workplace violence in healthcare, including who is at risk, the effects of violence, and risk factors and warning signs related to workplace violence. They will talk about how staff can plan and prepare for these possible situations by developing a strategy and risk analysis, as well as how to educate staff, including training and drills, response and recovery, to help staff be better prepared to help prevent, respond and recover from workplace violence.
This program is for all levels of leaders within your healthcare facility, as well as operations, human resources, physicians, nursing, security, and emergency management.
Ken’s experience in the healthcare industry includes security services, regulatory compliance, distribution and logistics, hospital and health system solutions, and GPO relations. He currently has national responsibility for healthcare solutions at AlliedBarton for strategy and implementation, business development, client experience/ retention, regulatory compliance, operations support, marketing, and training. He is member of IAHSS, ASIS, ACHE, ASHE, and The Advisory Board Company.
Michael has spent the last 13 years in the security industry managing security departments in a variety of vertical markets. Recently, Michael has been solely focused on the healthcare industry helping hospitals and health systems create and enhance their security department through program development and technology deployment. He is a member of IAHSS, ASIS, and ACHE. Ken and Michael have no real or perceived conflicts of interest that relate to this presentation.