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Make Lehigh Valley Open Hack
8/14/2014 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Makerspace of Hive 4A Allentown, Pennsylvania United States
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Open Hack Nights provide an opportunity for folks who are interested in learning more about Make Lehigh Valley and the Hive4A MakerSpace to come on out and join in the fun! FAQ for first-time hackers.

Downtown Podcast
8/14/2014 9:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Ogden Las Vegas, Nevada United States
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Want to know what’s happening in Downtown Vegas and #VegasTech? Come see the Downtown Podcast team tape the weekly podcast LIVE!

Tech Coast Conference
8/15/2014 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Florida State College at Jacksonville, Advanced Technology Center Jacksonville, Florida United States
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This event is a collaborative effort to highlight the skilled talent pool, local companies, and emerging trends in Jacksonville's tech community.

Measurement Uncertainty in Microbiology
8/18/2014 11:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Online Event Fremont, California United States
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Many microbiology laboratories are confused about what MU is, how to calculate it and how to apply it. We will discuss what is needed to meet the accreditation requirement for MU, including, what data to collect and how to analyze it. Also a practical step by step approach to data compilation specifically applicable to microbiology will be discussed.

KLabs Coding Classes - JavaScript Programming
8/18/2014 6:00 PM - 9/3/2014 8:00 PM
Kauffman Labs Kansas City, Missouri
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Bob King will introduce intermediate knowledge covering an overview of JavaScript language; creating, modifying, and interacting with JavaScript driven HTML pages, and debugging techniques & tools.

Workplace Violence Plans Policies and Procedures Webinar By MentorHealth
8/19/2014 10:00 AM - 11:16 AM
online event Fremont, California United States
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Overview: The scope and impact of workplace violence in healthcare setting. How common is it? What is the financial cost? How does it impair the ability of a healthcare organization to provide quality care and attract as well as retain employees.

The four types of workplace violence and their associated risk factors.

Workplace violence prevention program elements including- Management Commitment and Employee Involvement: Without active participation from "C" level on down the effectiveness of workplace violence policies will be greatly reduced.

Worksite Analysis: Surveying the physical plant to identify hazards and deficiencies and recommend action to reduce the opportunity for and the likelihood of violence is often the best first step. A process for maintaining, reviewing and analyzing records of workplace violence incidents to determine how future occurrences could be prevented should be implemented.

Training and Education: Employees need to be trained on how to respond if confronted by violence or potential violence. The organization's policies, and the safety of patients, visitors and them employee must be covered. This should include the concept of "Universal Precautions for Violence", i.e., that violence should be expected, but can be avoided or mitigated through preparation. Employees should receive regular training on:

Early recognition of escalating behavior or warning signs

Ways to prevent volatile situations and de-escalate individuals

Protecting oneself and others in violent situations

Why should you attend: Workplace violence continues to emerge as an important issue in healthcare facilities. Violence against healthcare practitioners, including nurses, physicians, social workers, emergency responders, and others can foster medical errors, reduce patient satisfaction, contribute to preventable adverse outcomes, increase the cost of care, and cause qualified clinicians, administrators and managers to seek new positions in less hazardous work environments.

OSHA, state regulators, The Joint Commission of Health Care Accreditation, DNV and HFAP and various industry groups have begun to push for "universal precautions for violence". That is, that violence should be expected but can be avoided or mitigated through personal safety training. Frequent training also can reduce the likelihood of being assaulted.

Hospitals and healthcare facilities should, and generally do, employ a variety of safeguards and work diligently to maintain a safe place for employees, patients and visitors. Yet despite these effort workplace violence can never be completely prevented and healthcare campuses are vulnerable.

Incidents involving gunfire (So called "Active Shooter" events.) are the most spectacular and therefore draw most media attention. However, as this type of event is extremely rare in almost all communities, healthcare organization generally and management in particular may become complacent and adopt the belief that "Since it hasn't happened here, it can't happen here". This represents flawed logic, which is known as. "The Rule of Self-Exclusion." In many cases this rule remains enforce until or unless a fortunate close call or an unfortunate tragedy demonstrates the need for plans, policies and procedure to be implemented to prevent workplace violence and mitigate harm it when it occurs.

Taking proactive steps to address workplace violence directly benefits employers by providing:

Reduced exposure to liability and enforcement action in the event of an incidentRelated lawsuits result in average settlements of $600,000 and average jury awards of $3 Million

Comply with government and industry standards

Maintaining job satisfaction and reducing employee turnover

Establishing a hospital as an employer of choice

Providing some protection from increased Worker's Comp and other insurance premiums

Preventing adverse impact on the quality of patient care

Areas Covered in the Session:

Scope and Impact of Workplace Violence in the Healthcare Setting

The Four Types of Workplace Violence and Their Associated Risk Factors

Elements of an Effective Workplace Violence Program

Worksite Hazard Analysis

Universal Precautions for Violence

Who Will Benefit:

Risk Management

Security Directors, Managers & Officers

Education Professionals

Compliance Professionals

Safety Managers, Directors and Officers

Members of the Safety Team

Background :

Healthcare accounts for 18% of the workforce, but nearly half of all workplace violence happens to people in healthcare occupations.

Joe Rosner is the Director of Best Defense USA and nationally recognized expert on workplace violence and personal safety for health care and other occupations. He is the author of Street Smarts & Self Defense for Childrenas well books and articles on workplace violence prevention and personal safety for healthcare.

Weekly Open Make Night
8/19/2014 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Tampa Hackerspace Tampa, Florida United States
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Lets get together to build some cool projects and meet some very cool people. Join us to work on your stuff, bounce ideas off of members and socialize.

Occasionally, we'll throw in a small class.

Kauffman Labs Coding Workshop - MVC ASP.Net Kick-Start Workshop
8/19/2014 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Kauffman Labs Kansas City, Missouri
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Lee Brandt will teach you what the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern is and how it is implemented in ASP.NET.

Hack Night
8/19/2014 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Assembly Coworking Space Calgary Canada
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Every Tuesday night from 6pm to 10pm, “Hack Nights” come alive with hustlers, hackers and hipsters coming together to work on their start-up ideas. If you are working on something tech related, and are in the pre-investment stage, this event is for you!

FXBG Design
8/19/2014 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
LibertyTown Arts Fredericksburg, Virginia United States
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FXBG Design is a meetup group for local designers & creatives to hang out, collaborate on projects, share feedback, develop professionally, and help build the Fredericksburg design community.

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