This course will help long-term care facilities and their employees meet their reporting requirements under the Elder Justice Act.
Mahwah, NJ (PRWEB) October 03, 2013
WeComply, Inc., a leader in web-based ethics and compliance training, has announced its “Elder Justice Act (EJA)” training course. This course, written for employees of long-term care facilities (LTCFs), explains the reporting requirements under the EJA: what employees must report, to whom they must make reports, and the time limits for reporting.
The topics covered in the course include an overview of the Elder Justice Act, obligations of LTCFs, reporting obligations of employees and penalties for non-compliance.
“Congress passed the EJA in 2010, in response to mounting concerns surrounding elder abuse,” said Mike Pallatta, WeComply CEO. “Its purpose is to prevent, detect, treat, intervene in and aid in the prosecution of elder abuse, neglect and exploitation. This course will help LTCFs and their employees meet their reporting requirements under the EJA.”
For more information on this course, please visit WeComply’s "Elder Justice Act" course.
WeComply, a Thomson Reuters business, is a leading provider of ethics and compliance training for employees in all industries and offers more than 100 courses that are easily customized and available in multiple languages both online and offline.
Companies can host courses in their own Learning Management System (LMS) or use WeComply's patented system, which provides centralized administration, custom reporting and other advanced features. WeComply is the exclusive compliance training partner of the ACC Alliance and forms part of the Thomson Reuters Accelus offering of market-leading solutions for enterprise Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) management. For more information, visit http://www.wecomply.com.