New Security Measures Enhance Safety at Sutter Health Following Violent Incident Report

California regulators are probing Sutter Health for failure to report assault on psychiatric worker

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Sutter Health has invested nearly $40 million in enhancing security for the unit where Golomb was attacked. Measures include the installation of cameras, panic buttons, duress alarms, and secured doors. Additionally, a security officer is now stationed in the unit during daytime hours. These safety measures were implemented following Golomb’s story and Sutter Health’s commitment to prioritize the safety and well-being of its staff. The president and CEO, Warner Thomas, sent an email titled “Keeping you safe from harm at work” to hospital employees after Golomb’s story was published. This email indicates that Sutter Health understands the importance of violent incident reports in implementing effective workplace violence prevention plans.

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