WA healthcare workers renew fight for safe staffing standards

Published by THE STAND on 1/6/23 (Source)

“All available research and data point to the fact that safe staffing standards set by state policy are the only way to improve working conditions, reduce burnout, ensure safety for workers and patients, and ultimately address the staffing crisis,” said David Keepnews, a registered nurse and executive director of WSNA. “Any other approach, including the hospital-based staffing committees we have here in Washington, has not been successful.”