On April 1, California Healthcare Employers With No Workplace Violence Prevention Plan Will Be Breaking the Law

California Nurses Assoc. members fought for and won the nation’s strongest workplace violence protections.
The Cal/OSHA Health Standards Board thanks CNA nurse members for their significant presence and testimony, which helped shape the California healthcare workplace violence regulations. Nurse power!

As of April 1, 2018, healthcare employers in California must have their workplace violence prevention plan in place. If they do not, they are breaking the law.

FOR MORE INFO ON THE CA REGULATIONS AND THE APRIL 1 DEADLINE, CLICK HERE.

RN Allysha Shin shares a story of violence.

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Bonnie Castillo

Bonnie Castillo

Union Nurse Leader & Medicare For All Activist. Executive Director of @NationalNurses, the Largest U.S. Organization of Registered Nurses. #TIME100