Building a Culture of Safety Excellence
Presenters identify issues relevant to the care resident’s safety environment. In discussing safety they will focus on Injury, Illness and Prevention; reducing slips, trips and falls; controlling exposure; building the best safety culture; achieving excellence in claims management and safe patient handling.
Los Angeles, CA | 3 hours
Registration Fee: $1,200 / seminar
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Course Outline (3hrs)
II. Management Commitment & Exercise
III. Employee Involvement & Exercise
IV. Hazard Identification & Control
V. Effective Safety Training and Conclusion
Attendees will learn the elements involved in building a culture of safety excellence: an effective Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP), Management Commitment, Employee Involvement, Hazard Identification and Control, and Safety Training for long term care providers. Exercises will help attendees gain proficiency and confidence in applying the principals covered.
Long Term Care Facility staff that have direct or oversight responsibility for establishing, implementing and maintaining the facility’s Safety Culture.
Continuing Education Credits
Michael J. Boldt, NHA, ARM President of BRMS
Bob Rokita, CRM, ARM, CSHM, CWCP, CHCM, CHSP
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CA GH Administrators (129-0309-2876) - 3hrs
CA ARF Administrators (129-0309-28477) - 3hrs
CA NHAP (1738003-5490) - 3hrs
- Administrator at Beverly West Healthcare
"Excellent discussion, 2 thumbs up.
" - R.N. at Beverly West Healthcare
"I really liked the pics and examples the instructor showed." -
"The instructor gave me lots of tools to teach my 3 departments.
" - Maintenance Supervisor at Oakpark Healthcare Center
"It was great and knowledgeable!"
- Maintenance at Eisenhower HC
"I liked how interactive the seminar was."
- Activity Director at Oakpark Healthcare Center
"Detailed. Liked good examples."
-D.S.D at Eisenhower HC