HUB TO HOST WEBINAR ON WORKPLACE VIOLENCE IN HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATIONS

HUB INTERNATIONAL TO HOST WEBINAR ON PREVENTING WORKPLACE VIOLENCE IN HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATIONS

Chicago July 2, 2013 -

Hub International Limited (Hub), a leading global insurance brokerage, will be hosting a complimentary, educational webinar through the Hub International Risk Services (Hub Risk Services) division discussing workplace violence within healthcare organizations and creating safe and secure work environments. This webinar could benefit those involved with risk management, safety, security and patient care within the healthcare industry in the US and Canada and will be held on July 9th at 12:00 pm EDT/11:00 am CDT.

Healthcare organizations must be aware of the issues related to workplace violence that they face and the steps necessary to address this threat. Through this webinar session, the following information will be discussed on ways to mitigate the risks this industry faces:

  • Recommended training topics for management and employees
  • Risk factors for healthcare and social service employees and institutions
  • Elements of effective violence prevention programs
  • Steps to analyzing the patient and workplace environment
  • Mitigation, prevention and control strategies
  • Resources available to assist you in addressing workplace violence

This webinar will be presented by Cynthia Green, Clinical Risk Manager, Hub Risk Services, and James E. Burke, Sr. Risk Consultant, both of Hub Risk Services.

Click here for more information on this webinar.

Headquartered in Chicago, IL, Hub International Limited is a leading global insurance brokerage that provides property and casualty, life and health, employee benefits, investment and risk management products and services through offices located in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Brazil.


 

 

 

 

 

 

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Cara Siegel
Hub International Limited
Director of Corporate Brand Management/Media Relations
Phone: 516-677-4992

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