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Authored by health care professionals for health care professionals, the Workplace Violence Prevention Handbook from CPI is a comprehensive resource designed to help you establish and sustain an effective workplace violence prevention program.

Addresses Key Topics:

  • Creating and maintaining a workplace violence committee
  • Determining the best responses to crisis events
  • Conducting risk assessments and gathering data
  • Supporting your committee and training your staff
  • Creating a culture of violence prevention

About the Survey

This short survey is focused on how workplace violence has impacted you and your organization. In addition to receiving a digital copy of the handbook, you will help us present a clear picture of what organizations like yours can do to establish and maintain a workplace violence prevention program.

About the Authors

Kimberly A. Urbanek is the System Manager, Public Safety at Edward-Elmhurst Health in the Chicago area. A sought-after advisor and expert in the field, Kim has over 20 years of leadership experience in healthcare environments with a focus on Safety, Emergency Management, Threat Preparedness, and Workplace Violence Prevention.

Kyle J. Graham is the Clinical Leader for Canada’s largest pediatric in-patient mental health program. He has over 25 years of experience working with and managing in the acute care setting. He is a certified member and management chair for the Joint Health and Safety Committee and takes an active role with workplace violence prevention at his organization and beyond.

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