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Update on Possible OSHA Prevention of Violence in Healthcare and Social Assistance Rule


OSHA is currently considering a possible “Prevention of Workplace Violence in Healthcare and Social Assistance” rule. If passed, the Rule would apply to employers whose employees face an increased risk of workplace violence from their patients, clients, residents and/or facility visitors. Such employees include those who work in hospitals, ambulatory medical care or substance abuse treatment centers, freestanding emergency centers, residential care facilities, home healthcare, EMS and/or social assistance (excluding child day care centers). The attached link is a PowerPoint presentation prepared by the agency. We will continue to keep you posted on the rulemaking process.


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