Workplace Violence in Healthcare
May 21, 2014 at 9am Pacific / 11am Central / Noon Eastern
Meeting Description   Details

Join your colleagues for a special live webcast delivered by law enforcement personnel on planning to survive an active shooter/active threat scenario in a hospital/healthcare environment.  While the information discussed will be immediately applicable to those in a healthcare setting, the lessons can be applied elsewhere.

This webcast will discuss how to train your staff and plan your response. It will also review lessons learned from past events.

Deliverables

  • Access to the live webcast
  • 60 day access to the recording of the session for ANYTIME/ANYWHERE viewing
  • Slides from the session
  • 0.2 CEUs
  • Printable ASSE Certificate of Completion

 

 

Webinar Pricing

  • Member Price: $95.00
  • AIHA/ACHMM Price: $105.00 (PLEASE NOTE: When registering online, you must enter the following coupon code AIHA1911 for a $10.00 discount. Register online as a "Non-Member" and enter this coupon code into the field for "Registration Discount Code".)
  • List Price: $115.00
   

Date: May 21, 2014

Time: 12:00 PM EST / 11:00 AM CST

Duration: 90 minutes


Learning Objectives:

  • Identify what training is recommended for staff who must care for patients and visitors in their environment.
  • Identify the primary components of an active threat response plan and what needs to be included in the development of those components.
  • Outline drill / exercise scenarios to test plan and staff on response.
  • Identify some lessons learned in historical events that help participants in developing their facility specific plan.

Speaker Information

Brian Schuman, Chief of Police for the Lexington VA Medical Center 

Brian Schuman is the Chief of Police for the Lexington VA Medical Center. After graduating from high school, Chief Schuman enlisted in the United States Navy as a Hospital Corpsman serving during the First Gulf War. Soon after receiving his honorable discharge, Chief Schuman began his 21 year law enforcement career with the Concordia University Department of Public Safety. He has since served as a Federal Air Marshal, a Detective, and Chief of Police for the VA Northern California Health Care System. Over the past 5 years, Chief Schuman has been sent to various VA Medical Centers around the country to assist in developing and building police programs.





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