CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE - 6 HOURS CE
WILLIAM C FRANCIS D.D.S.
CALIFORNIA C.E. PROVIDER NUMBER 3799
The health care
industry leads all other industry in nonfatal
workplace injuries. 48% of all non fatal injuries from
violent acts against workers occur in health care industry.
Since 1980, violence has been the leading cause of death
for women in the workplace. In California, over 225,000
women are employed in the health care industry, and this
does not include registered nurses.
This 6 hours CE
course will cover the following topics:
- Why and How the Health
Care Office is targeted.
The 4 types of
Criminals who target our workplaces and homes.
- The 4 categories of
- How to manage the
- How to prevent workplace
violence and how to deal with a violent incident and its
- The OSHA General Duty
Clause and what it means to doctors/owners.
- Suggestions for staff
handbook modifications and important protocols necessary
to reduce the incidence of workplace violence.
- Domestic abuse,
diagnosis and manifestations in the workplace. (74%
of battered women report being harassed by their partner
while at work.)
- What happens to children
who witness or are victims of abuse?
- The 12 steps to avoid a
- Rape awareness and
prevention techniques. Should I fight back?
- Securing your workplace
and home - both exterior and interior.
- How to put in place an
effective after hour's emergency protocol.
- Personal safety tips for
you and your family.
Dr. Francis can be contacted at: W (831)
475-2833, (831) 688-4100
1779 Dominican Way, Santa Cruz, CA. 95065
references and fee schedules available upon request.