Education You Need For The Work You Do

Anti-Sexual Harassment in Healthcare Education
“Healthcare Employee Training”

We have created this course in an earnest effort to assist you in making your healthcare work environment a place of safety……. free from sexual harassment.
On October 9, 2018, the New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo, signed into law the new Anti-Sexual Harassment in the Workplace, as part of his “2018 Women’s Agenda for New York: Equal Rights, Equal Opportunity”. This new law requires all New York employers to have in place by October 9, 2019, an Anti-Sexual Harassment policy, complete with training on this very important issue, for all of their employees. Our program, for healthcare employers, complies with this training requirement.
To assure accuracy when focusing on healthcare work environments, we teamed with the “Metropolitan Healthcare Security Directors Association” of New York City. Their membership is a collection of hands-on experts who deal with such safety issues on a regular basis.  We also contracted with the “Advanced Continuing Education Association”, a company that provides online educational programs for healthcare professionals. They will head-up our marketing efforts with healthcare employers in New York and across the Country.
In this training, some of the things you will learn are:

  • The history of sexual harassment in the workplace.
  • The two [2] types of sexual harassment recognized by the legal system:
    - Quid Pro Quo
    - Hostile Work Environment
  • The long-term physical and emotional health consequences that victims of sexual harassment may experience.
  • What course of actions a victim should take.
  • What constitutes sexual harassment.
  • What to do if the harasser is a supervisor of the victim.
  • The adverse effects of sexual harassment in the healthcare workplace on staff and patients.
  • What Federal, State, and Local agencies are there to help victims.
  • At the end of the training there is a test to assess your understanding of the material taught. You must answer all questions correctly. However, there is not a limit to the number of times you re-take the exam in order to meet the 100% correction requirement.
  • This program includes “closed captions” for the hearing impaired.

The cost for this program is only $38 per employee, with bulk pricing available for larger employee groups.

To Register for the “Anti-Sexual Harassment in Healthcare” program, CLICK here.



New York Issues Final Guidance on Sexual-Harassment Policies

Since the October 9, 2018 anti-sexual-harassment law enacted by NY Governor, Andrew Cuomo, employers are looking for ways to comply.  To implement your new HR policy, sign your employees up for online training.  Click here to sign up and create a workplace where sexual harassment is not tolerated.

Read more about the law here.



Workplace Violence & Harassment in Healtcare training

  • is a collaboration between National Healthcare ED and Metropolitan Healthcare Security Directors Association of New York City
  • to design a program for Physicians and Clinicians seeking CMEs and Nurses CEs.
  • is offered in 3 modules…”Sexual Harassment”, “Bullying”, and “Workplace Violence” in Healthcare
  • covers what actions…. Verbal, Non-Verbal, and Visual…..constitute Sexual Harassment. You may be surprised.
  • covers the “3 C[s]” that can be employed to Fix the problem of Workplace Violence and Harassment in Healthcare.

Click here to start your on-line training.


Three tenured Healthcare and Educational professionals have united in their mission to insure all vendor employees working in Healthcare facilities receive competency training on the unique challenges and requirements of this more about us.

Dr. Tom Royer
CEO Emeritus of CHRISTUS Healthcare

Gary Slack, PE
President, Healthcare Engineering Consultants

Jack Rutledge
President National Healthcare ED




“The idea for Workplace Harassment & Violence in Healthcare education came from the staggering discovery that health care environments are the most dangerous non-government places to work.”– Jack Rutledge