Hospitals and clinics are designed to ensure the wellbeing and recovery of patients. Parallel to this, staff must also be able to ensure their patients’ safety. But what happens if there is a fire, an emergency involving chemicals or biological substances or a similar event?
The staff working at the clinic or hospital learn exactly how they should respond to such emergencies during in-house training and practice drills. It is, however, often the case that neither gets as much attention as they deserve. Or can you in all honesty say that every member of staff at your clinic or hospital knows what to do in such an extreme situation?