Safe & Secure Hospitals Conference
The Annual Safe & Secure Hospitals Conference addresses risk assessment, violence prevention and collaboration for a safer hospital environment.
Special price discount for group bookings
Book 3 delegates and receive the 4th delegate pass at no cost.
To take advantage of this offer, call us today on 02 9080 4307 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: All delegates must be from the same company and register at the same time to qualify.
We would like to thank all the speakers, sponsors and attendees who contributed to the 8th Annual Safe & Secure Hospitals Conference which was held on the 26th-27th October 2015.
The Safe & Secure Hospitals Conference allows for a unique gathering of security, clinical, police, legal and ambulatory representatives to work towards the common goal of making hospitals a safer place for staff, patients and visitors. Highlighting the collaboration needed for a safer hospital environment, this two day event contributes to a national account of how to best manage violence & aggression within a hospital environment, allowing for open discussion around the role the security officer and the clinician in de-escalating aggressive situations.
Program highlights from 2015 included:
- Addressing Violence in Victorian Health Care Settings – An Audit Perspective
- A First Responders 3 Biggest Risks
- Occupational Violence Prevention Education
- Security Sensitive Areas in Hospitals & Infrastructure Security Planning for Public Health Emergencies
- Challenges to Implementing a Protective Security Framework into a Health Environment
- The Use of Restraint… With Restraint
- Wearable Audio Visual Recording Systems (WAVRS): An Addition to the Toolbox for Prevention and Management of Occupational Violence
- An Inter-Agency Approach to Personal Security at Work
- Improving the Emergency Experience for both Patients and Staff
- Crystal Math: Add Evidence Plus Community, Take Away from the Problem
- Preventing Medication Errors within the Busy Hospital: A Novel Pharmacy and Nursing Collaboration