Workplace Violence Prevention Starts Here

Workplace violence is rising in healthcare. A comprehensive safety strategy can help you distinguish your facility, recruit and retain quality staff, and mitigate the cost of turnover.

Workplace Violence Prevention Starts Here

Workplace violence is rising in healthcare. A comprehensive safety strategy can help you distinguish your facility, recruit and retain quality staff, and mitigate the cost of turnover.
Workplace violence is rising in healthcare. And safety is now the #1 determining factor for nurses considering a job change.¹ A comprehensive safety strategy can help you distinguish your facility, recruit and retain quality staff, and mitigate cost of turnover.

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Comprehensive Workplace Safety Checklist

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Staff Experiencing WPV Are More Likely to Suffer from Mental Health Issues.²

85%
report anxiety
60%
report depression
81%
report burnout
This impacts patient care, increases paid time off, and influences turnover rates.³ ⁴

Mitigate Workplace Violence with CrisisAlert™

CrisisAlert is a discreet, wearable duress badge for all staff. It empowers healthcare workers to feel safe by enabling them to plan for and respond faster to emergencies, anywhere on campus.

In seconds, staff can:

  • Notify response teams of an issue
  • Pinpoint the exact location help is needed
  • Respond to de-escalate or in extreme situations,  communicate a lockdown

It leverages dynamic digital mapping, real-time locating capabilities, an easy-to-use wearable duress button for healthcare workers, and a healthcare visitor management system enabling healthcare workers to plan for and respond faster to emergencies.

It is imperative to the future of healthcare that we take steps to foster a safe and nurturing work environment for frontline workers.
Jennifer Schmitz

Vice President, Client Engagement for Engage, Powered by Emergency Nurses Association

Why CrisisAlert™?

There are many reasons customers choose CrisisAlert, but here are three:
One Button Activation icon

One Discreet Badge

Allowing anyone, anywhere to call for help quickly and quietly
Total Property Coverage icon

Total Campus Coverage

From building to building, parking garages, and everywhere in between
Immediate Notification icon

No Wi-Fi or Apps

A private LoRaWAN network ensures extensive, uninterrupted coverage
Our previous mobile app didn’t work because there were simply too many places on campus where the service was unavailable. We switched to CENTEGIX because there was nothing else that compared in terms of complete campus coverage and ease of use.
Frank F.

98% of users say CrisisAlert™ helps them feel safe and supported.

11.5K+

locations covered

375K+

alerts delivered

600K+

CrisisAlert badge users

For our staff, it has been mindblowing [with the badge and the safety network having access to CENTEGIX technology], they now feel valued… I can tell you what a difference that has made when we talk about a comprehensive culture of safety.
Stacey L.

Show your staff how much they matter by safeguarding their well-being. 

Request a CrisisAlert™ demonstration today.

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1 Berlin, G., RN, Lapointe, M., & Murphy, M. (2022, February 17). Surveyed nurses consider leaving direct patient care at elevated rates. McKinsey & Company. https://www.mckinsey.com/industries/healthcare/our-insights/surveyed-nurses-consider-leaving-direct-patient-care-at-elevated-rates 2 CDC (2023, October 24). Health Workers Face a Mental Health Crisis. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Retrieved March 13, 2024, from https://www.cdc.gov/vitalsigns/health-worker-mental-health/index.html  3 Havaei F, Ji XR, Boamah SA. Workplace Predictors of Quality and Safe Patient Care Delivery Among Nurses Using Machine Learning Techniques. J Nurs Care Qual. 2022 Apr-Jun 01;37(2):103-109. doi: 10.1097/NCQ.0000000000000600. PMID: 34593739; PMCID: PMC8860211. 4 Somani R, Muntaner C, Hillan E, Velonis AJ, Smith P. A systematic review: effectiveness of interventions to de-escalate workplace violence against nurses in healthcare settings. Saf Health Work. 2021;12(3):289-295. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.shaw.2021.04.004

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