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Safety: Responding to Violence
Safety: Responding to ViolenceBecause responders enter hostile areas as a part of their service, it is paramount that they be trained to recognize, evade, and report questionable actions aimed at injuring them or others.
The course discusses the verbal and non-verbal forms of interaction between responders, patients, and bystanders that help reduce confrontational behavior, reviewing the immediate actions responders can take in the event that they find themselves under attack in a hostile environment.
Featuring: Bradley Pinsky, JD, FF Syracuse, New York
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