Sparring Wasn’t in Your Curriculum.

It's time to build a sustainable culture of safety at your organization that keeps all staff out of harm’s way.

Every nurse counts.

One nurse can cost you more than $100,000—including the price of separation, recruiting, hiring, orientation, training, lost time, and lost productivity.[1]

Nurses have the highest rates of reported workplace illness and injury.

In one year alone, 21% of nurses reported being physically assaulted, over 50% verbally abused.[2]

Workplace violence makes it harder to deliver patients the care they deserve.

71% of health care workers see a link between disruptive behaviors and medication errors.[3]

Reduce the Risks of Violence on Your Rounds

Learn four evidence-based strategies that hospitals are using for successful, proactive violence prevention in their daily rotations. Fill out the form and get this free guide in a shareable format so that you can pass these tips on to your staff.

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training teaches the practical skills and strategies needed for assessing, managing, and responding to workplace violence. Focusing on effective prevention and safe intervention, our time-tested training supports a culture of safety:

  • You choose key staff members to take our Instructor Certification Program.
  • They’ll master verbal and physical intervention skills and learn how to successfully facilitate our training to their peers.
  • After becoming certified, they’ll train their colleagues on-site according to the level of risk they face.
  • Your hospital begins experiencing a measurable reduction in workplace violence and its associated negative outcomes.

Act now and prevent violence from further harming your nursing staff and the patients they care for.

“I see light bulbs go off when we do the training, and I have personally had staff come back to me and tell me about experiences of what they did and how they used the techniques with confrontational people, and how they see great reductions in stressful situations."

Kimberly Mattingly

Citrus Memorial Hospital

Sorry to see you go!

Before you go, you might like this recent article about proactively addressing workplace violence in hospitals. It’s an evidence-based dive into the continuum of disruptive and assaultive behaviors—and effective strategies for addressing them—that you can use to start building a meaningful culture of safety at work.

We’d love to hear from you if you find it helpful—remember, everybody in your hospital deserves Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security℠.