What is a
Duty of Care

Duty of Care is a legal obligation for businesses to exercise reasonable caution and prudence towards their employees. If an organization fails to meet this standard, they may be held liable for any resulting damages in a negligence lawsuit.

What is a OSHA?

OSHA’s General Duty Clause, Section 5(a)(1), requires employers to provide their workers with a workplace free from recognized hazards that are causing or likely to cause death or serious physical harm. Between 2011 and 2013, workplace assaults ranged from 23,540 and 25,630 annually, with 70 to 74% occurring in healthcare and social service settings.

To learn more about how your workplace is protected with OSHA, please visit: https://www.osha.gov/

Features & Benefits

KATANA Safety provides location analytics in real-time, maximizing workflow and ensuring OSHA compliance for employee safety and peace of mind.

44%

A study by University of Virginia researchers published in September found that 44% of home nurses reported experiencing physical violence.

2x

Home care workers experience over double the national rate of workplace injuries for all industries.

61%

of home care workers have experienced some form of workplace violence.

7x

Home health care workers experience workplace violence at a rate that is 7x higher (600%) than the average for all industries, as reported by OSHA.

70%

of non-fatal workplace violence victims in 2019 worked in healthcare or social assistance.

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Greatest Assets

By mitigating workplace incidents, executives can enhance employee retention rates, save significant costs on workers' compensation claims, and avoid costly legal battles. KATANA Safety safeguards the invaluable assets of a business, its employees.

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