Australian IAHSS Chapter Meeting

(International Association of Healthcare Security & Safety)

Join us at the IAHSS ANZ Chapter meeting in Geelong, Victoria, on August 6th. IAHSS President Eric Sean Clay will be in attendance to discuss the many benefits of IAHSS Membership, including the Industry Benchmarking Data and Analytics project - This comprehensive interactive report provides quantitative data and analysis on a range of healthcare security and safety incidents. 

Compare your organisation’s performance to other facilities, locally and internationally, and use the comparative data to inform your budget, staffing, and strategic planning. We will also be discussing the IAHSS Training and Certification programs - IAHSS certification is the best means to ensure that you and your staff understand and can implement the important security and safety functions within your healthcare facility on a daily basis and when the unexpected occurs.

You will also hear presentations from Security and WPV product providers, an opportunity to participate in face-to-face WPV training, and network with colleagues from across Australia, New Zealand and the USA.

 

AGENDA

  • Introduction and Welcome – Danielle Austin, Incident Response Manager, St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney
  • IAHSS President Presentation – Who we are and the benefits of IAHSS Membership - Eric Sean Clay, Vice President of Security, Memorial Hermann Health System
  • Industry Benchmarking – How we can utilise IAHSS coding to provide comparative data across health services in Australia and New Zealand - Danielle Austin, Incident Response Manager, St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney
  • Enhancing your Security & Risk Programs - Rachell DeLuca, Practice Lead, Providence Consulting Group
  • IAHSS Security Training Programs and the Program of Distinction – Professionalising healthcare security across Australia and New Zealand - Eric Sean Clay, Vice President of Security, Memorial Hermann Health System
  • VR Product Placement (TBC)
  • Lunch
  • SafeZone Presentation - Staff safety and Wellbeing  – Julian Spencer, Sales Director Australia & New Zealand, CriticalArc
  • Research Project – Intensive training and support program to reduce impact of acute behavioural disturbance in an inpatient neurology and neurosurgical unit
  • Violence and Aggression training - Danielle Austin, Incident Response Manager, St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney

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