Many behavioral health workers experience an increased risk when their work puts them in the community and going into people’s homes. Research shows that there are trends of what could lead to an unsafe situation and community based workers must be aware of for these predictors without becoming too fearful or compliant. Building the skills to recognize potential issues that may arise outside of the office is essential for the safety of the worker and people they are serving. This class covers practical strategies to promote safety before meeting with someone in the community, during a meeting, and how to leave that meeting if necessary.
Build awareness of risk factors
Explore warning signs of danger
Being proactive about safety
Responding to danger in the community or in people’s homes.
Evaluate personal safety practices
As these courses are conducted via our live, interactive platform, the following boards approve these the same as in person classes:
MN Board of Social Work
2.0 CEUs (CEP-275)