It is extremely important that we conduct ourselves in a manner that promotes high morale in the workplace, respects and protects individual dignity and keeps everyone focused on patient care and accomplishing our business objectives. Engaging in abusive behavior, specifically any form of sexual abuse as defined and discussed in this course, runs counter to all of these goals and objectives.
You are strictly prohibited from engaging in any form of sexual abuse at any time and at any location where INSPIRIS conducts business activities.
This course will (1) define sexual abuse; (2) review the signs and evidence of sexual abuse to help you identify situations, circumstances and events that must be reported; and, (3) describe the process for reporting incidents of sexual abuse.
SEXUAL ABUSE TRAINING 2012
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Lesson 1: Purpose and Definition
Lesson 2: Reporting and Response
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At the end of Lesson 2 you will be required to take a test. This test will cover both lessons. You must score at least 70% to pass. You will also be required to complete an evaluation upon completing both lessons.