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9 Steps to Meet The Joint Commission's New Workplace Violent Standards

Effective January 1, 2022, The Joint Commission's new and revised workplace violence prevention standards went into effect. Have you begun evaluating your hospital to ensure compliance?

Access a free checklist that provides an overview of regulatory, compliance, safety, and security considerations to help you comply with The Joint Commission Workplace Violent Standards, including:


  • Zero Tolerance Policy
  • Workplace Violence Prevention Program
  • Designated Workplace Violence Coordinator
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Employee Reporting
  • Incident Reporting

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