EMS Just Culture Training

The EMS Jucode-3-jc-classst Culture training courses are structured toward the providers of emergency medical services and focus on the challenges of the pre-hospital environment. Attendees learn the five skills of Just Culture, the unique differences between Human Error, At Risk Behavior and Reckless Behavior, and the duties owed by each of us to one another. Creating an open and learning culture applies to risk mitigation and error prevention. This course is a must have for those interested in creating a safer environment for our patients, our staff and the citizens in the communities we serve.

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