CRANAplus releases a Safety and Security Guidelines for Remote and Isolated Health Report

On the 12 May, CRANAplus released the Safety and Security Guidelines for Remote and Isolated Health

RAHC recognises that these guidelines are an important step in the ongoing journey to improve safety for our remote and isolated health professionals.  As CRANAplus stated in  a recent newsletter, “The impact of these guidelines will only be felt when they are used to improve the policies, procedures, training and behaviours within our industry”.

To access the guidelines and for more information from the report, click here

 

Tuesday, 30 May 2017